The Florida Republican

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The Florida Republican
Uniform Title:
Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title:
Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title:
Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title:
Semi weekly Republican
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Duval County E.F. [Fla.]
Columbus Drew
Creation Date:
July 27, 1854
Weekly[July 1856-<Apr. 1857>]
Weekly[ FORMER June 1848-Apr. 1856]
Semiweekly[ FORMER Apr.-June 1856]
Physical Description:
v. : ; 58 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66


Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note:
Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note:
Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--[1851-]; Thos. C. Blanchard, -[1855-]- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -[Feb. 7-Apr.16-],1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--[1857-].
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).

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TIlE OLD CqTTAOE CLOCK. [Foa ran.; REPCBLICAK.: ] said "and has : J .. H W M ,. T U / .;;'.<. .-
i i .
fully noth-mediately .
Corry dropped and he "
f and
; pulled country, with the strong arm or of Franklin Pierce to th'd' .. :.
Oh) I the old, old clock of.the Leasehold stock, A DREAM ing for me, that I may look'at when I from his bosom 'a paper; which contained the law, : the *
on hand
one and themoral and 'what it is end
Wu the brightest thing and neatest; far away'lJJ I then culled some wild the withered remains of flow; cy ; to in every :..:. ,
i It* hands, though old,had.touch of gold, "Ak! 'tis all but a dream at the best sentiment of- the masses on true patriot of the country must "*?' : '
II And (Its chime rang still the iwoctcst And yet, when happiest, soonest o'er; flowers, and with a little sprig of hol-- ers given _him six years before.I the othervisit. : upon:'every offender view with Yet e'en in a dream to be blest, I them to him He felt convicted .
ly, and knew that .
gave accom- the I
nn just and merIted -
t Twa s monitor, too, though its word were few, Is so sweet that I ask for no more." punishment due I a .:<-
i. Yet they lived, though nation altered; panied me home. My }parents were explanation must follow. I told him to such crimes and.inisdem .riors.- CUBA"AXD'TIIE. :'ADUINISTILiTIOX.' .,

And iU voice, still strong, warned old and young; A few evenings since, as I sat always glad to see Frankie-he was all,; and while was listening to his The Grand Jury, therefore,: deem it .. '

When the roice of friendship altered! all alone in my little room, and lis such a good, pious boy, and 'always ] tale of love, I heard something tall- inexpedient to prosecute the investigation The following from leading' si* .

Tick, tick," it &id-"quick, quick, to bed- tened to the cheerful notes of the behaved so well at school. In fact, ing,and to my astonishment, I awokeup of witnesses any further for tide in.the'"raShin' 'Union i; : .

For ten I're given warning; many birds that were carrolling every body admired him. and found I had been dreaming.: the present, but will continue to make But whilst the administration\ una/- .

Tp You'll, up\ and never go,rise or else soon, you in the know, !" around me on every tree and shrub, We parted, and in a few days, he I I looked around, but no Mr. Ashton diligent inquiry in relation to this void ably,labors under this disadvantage T ;

morning and as a beautiful sunset was fast de- bade adieu to home and friends, to did I see-he had ungallantly disappeared subject, or any other matter that may on the Cuba question,those who .

a A friendly voice was that old clock clining in the west, I thought noth- be absent six long and dreary years. and left me with no company be brought to their notice, from timeto are not disposed be captious! and .. '

As it stood in the corner smiling, would be Time onward with illiberal.will see the injustice: done :.; '
ing more refreshing than a sped its many but a little negro girl, to trudge home time: as your honor may see fit to ,
And blest the time with a merry chime, pleasant stroll along the margin of changes-the six years were fast. in the dark. CAR0)VAN.Rosa ) direct. I to< it, and,.,prepared to await .., .

: The wintry hours beguiling; the river, or in the wild woods, in drawing to a close. I had received : WOOD COTTAGE, Juty1. 1854- ALP. PENN Foreman. such developments as shall enable -
: But a crosi old voice was that tiresome clock, '
.. the whole .
As it called at daybreak boldly) quest of nature's own flowers, and as good an education as my parentswere i NEW ORLEANS, July 1,1854. country to judge understandingly ... o.
From the Delta 2 J. of its Cuban
,Julg With
snatching bonnet I able to give me, and was not : policy. -
When the dawn: looked gray over the misty way, up my away la.
And the early air blew coldly; bounded, with my heart t>oth light altogether as ugly at sixteen as I was CUBAN EXPEDITIONS-REPORT OF THE. From tltt Jikhmornf. w.H.;. thq facts already developed, would -

"Tick,tick,"it said-"quick out of bed, and free-to the green woods I hastened at ten. And had Frank Ashton been GRAND JURY. i THE PRESENT> POLITICAL CONDITION OF be exceedingly: : unreasonable to sup* .

For 1 fire IVc given warning; cutting the beautiful wild forgotten? Go ask the birds, jf they tIlE COUNTRY.r pose that our relations with Spam oil'

You'll never have health, you'll never get wealth, flowers, and soon I had quite a large forget to sing-ask the flowers, if In the United States Circuit Court were not engaging the utmost vigi p

Tulcss ou re up soon in the corning." boquet, and thinks I to myself, I will they refuse refreshing dew, and yesterday, at 10 o'clock, the Grand The a*condition of this countrynow lance and energy qn the part of the =,;

I Mill hourly the sound goes round and round, go to yon little stream, and there, should they answer yes, then I will Jury, through: their foreman, presented in a political view, is a painful Executive branch of the Govern-
contrast with what it
I .With a tone that: ceases never ; beneath that grave old oak, I'll arrange admit he was, indeed, forgotten.One the following report : was two years ment. Without Assuming to'spe&1c aflj

While tears are shed for the bright days fled, flowers. No sooner thought week before the time Tho Grand Jury beg leave to report ago. A Whig administration had authoritatively on the subject we
And the old friend lost forever! my appointed honor that in the then: ruled the destinies of the hazard :
to your dis- country nothing in saying that there
than done, and in a short of f for Mr. Ashton's arrival, I .
Ii's hearts beats on-though hearts are gone time I had all arranged to space suit was sitting in my little room-l reverted charge of the duty confided to them : for nearly four years. It came is no jnst foundation either for the

That warmer beat and younger; my by the Court, they have cited from into power surrounded by all the charge that the President is disposedto
hands till : own wild fancy but ere I had finished back to days long gofte-by
It' hands
: move-though we love ; strife and conflict of sectional '
their fellow-citizens numberof wink at fUibusterism that ho _
a feeling or
Arc c1a"l'l'l on earth no longer; : a feeling of drowsiness came I recalled to mind his every look, his among
witnesses in which the preceding is all that would becon*
*Tick,tick! ," it said, "to the church yard bUll, o'er me, and reclining upon the gras- every word, and wondered if I, too, persons as to testify Dempcratic not doing
and from them if administration had left the country. sistcnt with our national honor to
The bath possible ,
grave : given warning: ; sy turf, I was soon enwrapped in the was remembered. In the midst of procure
lp, up, and Tine, and look to the tlies, arms of slumber, and.I dreamed. Oh these reflections, I heard a gentlerap evidence in relation to the current The history of that conflict is well bring our difficulties with Spain to 4

And prepare lor a heavenly' morning. rumor, in this city, of an expeditionsaid known to our readers. During the a satisfactory speedy adjustment,
and it
it all dream? First- was no other than
was a :: ,
... '.. my to be on foot, the tendency and term; ,, of Mr. Fillmore's administration including in such adjustment the fullest -
friend Kate Carroll wild and mis-
,* LATER FOREIGNEwS.. Methought I was again a little chievious but a After purpose of which would be to violate the storm was allayed, and indemnity for past injuries by tho I

I Th arrival of the .h e, on the 12th, brings Mill Child, my school days had not even arrived good-hearted and girl. the neutrality laws of the United pence and quiet restored to the coun- Cuban authorities,as the surest guar* ,r

Inter utid more important trum thu u-at of war in the and as day by day my mother conversing commenting upon states. try. Bat in the late Presidential autce against! similar injuries in fu; ,

MatThe official>pty of the Czar to the summons of would take me upon her lap, and try the passing:Kate at events last of e exclaimed the neighborhood "did Among the witnesses cited, were( contest, the slavery agitation was ture. If this adjustment be effected -

Austria to vtutitute the 1'rincipulitie, had not to learn rap my a, b and c, how again renewed by our political oppo- peaceably and amicably aro
bwn ttfi-ivcd. It ill acid, however; that Austria much I'd wish to to school. The you hear Mr. Ashton was expectedon several whose names figured most
go nents-it was made the test bound consideration of national
questionin by
will ciftmnly the Principalities: and an with the rumored every
occupy the next steamer and will prominently expedition -
of (\() to time came at last when I was scut that L'that
army 2'XVOO: menus already preparing enter ; election. The candidate of honor to attain to it in -
them iu older W further hostilities Mrs. Ashton with him? 0 Corry! ; and from the refusal of some
UMIU| prevent but dull and I not ,
being stupid
so the Whig party was represented surely this must be the sentiment
thorn. she i is, so beautiful and of them to testify, (as is known to the way.
The whole Russian army is foiling back upon the only was punished: severely daily, but they say accomplished the that could throughout! the South as the embodi- of all just n\en. That the/administration '
and he is ,) on ground they
Prutb. for all that knew of so very, vory
never one my ment of abolition and anti-slavery is exerting all its energies '
The battle field seems to be changing from the handsome. By-the-bye when we all not do so without criminating themselves
i Danube U Scbjbtopol and the Crime The Turk- 1es::Ona. sentiment while on the other hand, towards the accomplishment o( _
: iab garrison i ill already otj the march: to the Crimea, I would think before going to used to go to school to Miss Nancy, under the ruling of the court in declaring
it hesitation
up was represented: that the salvationof this end, we feel no
and and
; the English French forces at Varna are always favorite of the obvious inference left on the
were a
j preparing for an expedition! t0 the name quarter, recite, that I knew every word perfectly you" great minds of the Grand that the republic depended upon the ; and whilst these exertion!
i under command of the French General, :St::; AnlDud.t and that Miss Nancy would his. During this long speech, I Jury was, election of General Franklin Pierceto are being made, it ,little becomes
From the Baltic the uewiiix these not
more imporUutthauw could not speak-I tried to concealmy rumors were altogether
(( >iwL On June the 27th, Sir Charles Napier vairuucentraling certainly let me off without a whipping without foundation and from col- the Presidency.Well those who prefer to see Cuba acquired ...
feelings and when she had finished ;
: : the invading squadrons preparatory but I'd be ,
today as soon as
] ; violence throug means
I to an attack upon the Kubaiuu turtiticvtiousat Croiitadt. I managed to stammer! out, Oh lateral evidence,brought to their no- they succeeded in elevatingthis .
called and the school would
ma-m national
up, that would compromit our
; tice in the of the Hampshire patriot to the
I In Asia both armies were motionless. take the book, every word would be those were mere school days, Kate, course investigation character to be indulging in"fretfulor
I On the 23d tilt, the Turl.: Vanguard, consisting and he, of course, thought nothing they are further left to inferthat presidential chair: and what is the '
f ..f *,OI.OIell\ attacked the Kutuuun forgotten Those were not certainly passionate censures. They had
: () Vanguard have been condition: of the country now'-eighcen -
: meetings frequently
I, in the bobrudncuj, and drove it beyond Trvjau'sWall. (the halcyon days of childhood ; but more of-me than a little school girl. better nurse their patriotic desires
months after he has
Then the conversation held the subject of Cuban affairs only : assumed -
for all my stupidity: I had one friendin dropped, upon for annexation, and husband their
--- and that what is termed "Cuban the reins of Government. Whereis ,
and I anxious for Kate Carroll
Prentice of the Louinvillc Jiiur/i'if. who it appears school-Frank Ashton ; and when was: that and fraternal physical and moral strength, until it
!I.a native of thus notices the action of the little and would make to leave, that I might give vent to bonds have been is3ued ; that funds peace quiet-that -
her l/pgwlature: in passing a'JII\\ intended to an'nil boys girls in tears. I miserable have been collected, either by contributions affection between the north and l becomes manifest that Cuba cannotbe
the. operation of the .'ugltin'l'ilne': Law: fun of me, and call me the little numskull my feelings was that full and peacefully acquired by an act of _
sale of these bonds pu'th lasting -
miserable "and !, or .
1 he the
he legislature of Connecticut hUll passed a he would take utterly which all mankindwill
invariably the Government '
l law,inteuded to annul the operation! ol'the fugitive my first to forget But, Oh !I"" I exclaimed pro-:rsc3 to pay: to a very considerable of harmonious feeling-that respect .
stare lw within her limits. We lire very sorry to part. But such a state of things amount which was or would be for the Constitution and obe. approve. If that shall fail and a ,,'. -
we our native State doing such things fche is 'iduntly i- "whatare man's: vowstheyare ,
ei could the force
forever and
last had ;
not at be to
resort must physical ,
i dience to the laws of the Federal :
I unmindful of the sfloctiouite counsels that: broken while the hereafter at the disposal of whomsoever < ,
even parting
: we gave her when we left her borders. In December end of the first year, our old teacher I might be chosen to the command Government, which were all to follow it will then be time for exhibitions 0( I
184" she sent to us, through!: her worthy Governor left and second kiss is warm. assumed some and -
employed are sura'that
a one was patriotic coUrage f we
as the inevitable results of his ;
a handsome piece of artillery as a testimonialof gaiety and promised to be of an expedition purporting to .
her appreciation ofthescmci-s; rendered by us and then a change came o'er me. call Mrs. Ashton.among lIe in aid of the cause of Cuban revolutionists election? We look in vain for them. in that event, such exhibitions ;
the first
(whom ale! fondly culled her favorite sun ) to tbeWhjt upon
party in the memorable Presidential tuuvoss From some, unknown cause, my The evening after the above con- ; but from a strict and On the contrary, we have: a worse will beappreciated by none more .

of that year.Ve accepted the cannon from her lessons were 1 ore perfectly recited, I received invitation searching investigation of the wit- state of affairs existing now than highly than the President. His course'will
hands with thanks, but, as she now seems versation, an to : altered the
many and I than not by unjust cent
known exist in the
was never punished more to
were ever
] the
deposed to turn traitor to the Constitution, we a party given in the neighborhood, nesses, through attorney,
think we shall!, in justice to our fclmg, have to twice a day. But Frank Ashton very and which would come off the evening the Grand Jury have beerr-unable to whole_}previous history of the cou suns of either class of assailants ;'
end it back to bur. Indeed we dou't know but we often at time would learn his policy is adopted with deliberation
play me I ,ve have back to all
my elicit facts'upon which to found try. gotten
should be right iu placing at the d.llpot>al of tho after Mr. Ashton's arrival. I any
and is executed with all
War Department ti be used against her in the lessons.: I reckon that was why I an indictment against one. Although 1 the dangerous elementsof discord : being : :
determined to attend and show Mr. any
went of her in armed l against the the within his Whilsthe .
rising rebellion did often but power.
not that the energy
get punished so 1 were brought country
Constitution." ; Ashton I had been as forgetful of : the Grand Jury strongly incline upon ..
-.. still I was joyous and gay. Childhood I to the opinion that these meetings 1 by Mr. Polk's administration, and will do nothing so rash as to gratin
promises as he had been. 1 pulledthe ,
AKKRICAX Brats: 8.x'tETT.-TbeI'l'Rdar meeting! is certainly the happiest periodof and collections of funds have which are now attended with far fy his filibustering opponents, ho .
of the Board of Manager was held in New York ou ring from my finger, as though it will relax none of his exertions, so as '
Thursday, the Cib mat., at 4ji, o'clock, P. M.; Dr. our lives ; and though we have was a snake encircling it. for its end the organization of an ]more dangerous consequences. Tru-
THOMAS COCK,presiding, assisted by Wu. It. CBOST our little troubles, yet how transient expedition, either for the of ]ly, the American people improved to obtain the approval of his.op '
The eventful evening arrived and
and Fiukcu UALL, We
Ksqs. nents at the other extreme. venture
Seven new auxiliaries were recognized; two in they arc-while tears are still wet I dressed myself with as much tasteas assisting in a Cuban revolution, or their political condition amazingly, will -
Kentucky, two in Wisconsin, cud one in each of upon our cheek, smiles will wreathe of making a demonstration when on the 4th of March, 1853, to predict that the sequel '
the l tatc:* of South Carolina, CuLforuia and ilm- possible. It was impossible for me upon show that President Pierce's policy y- .
around But dream. the administration of
our lips. island the whatever they exchanged
.nary my to look pretty, but I determined to- that yet plan, has been -

Southern Three new Arkansas agent: and were Xorth appointed Indiana.for Florida, Three years passed, with little or look my best: and, be yest of if. be, seems altogether in the prospective Millard Fillmore for that of' Franklin was firmly wisely and vigorously adopted, and prosecuted-

Grants of books were made to public institutions no change,excepting I had growuug- the gay. It .. vas late_: < ;Ash- ; and aware, as we are, thata Pierce. with equal care +the, ;.oppo ij

House and individuals of. Refuge, among to the Industrial which were school Bibles in Thirtrwrenth to the. lier as 1 grew older, and I often wondered tons were announced, should great deal has been said and writ How sadly have they been disap-- site avoiding extremes of rashness and tin di. ,
had formedof
{ streets to the Hoard: of Foreign Missions of f how it was possible for such a be leaning upon Mr. Ashton's arm ten about the extensive and formidable pointed in the hopes they '
I the l'rtt I for Nanvoo, ilL but one the most angelic creaturesI purpose : instancecan The pith of the matter is,!: peaceably .
The issues! of the month were 80,74, among fancy the little ugly Carolan. Butso ever bche'd. I could have: gazed ::! of liberating Cuba, we believeit couLtry. hot one single if we can forcibly if we must." .

which wire volumes in raised IctUj-b, for the it was, and in all our plays, walks her forever but what a has been very much overrated J they cite but in which it appears ,
was :
t blind.-Owner d l.'J'Iirer. upon ; The I
that have been worsted.
_...ICCUPItOI"DEcr.Some--- and rides, Frankie, as wo school little singular, she was dressed in and .gnificd--nothing' like a military they WOULD RATHER WAITAW1lJI.E.- -i

time since, when AtturneyGeneral children called him, was ever my mourning-strange dress for a bride organizations preparation having party by which Gen. Pierce was 3y the last news from the Pacific<;;\ra : '
Cushing argued the great Alagon gallant and champion and I loved been brought to our notice. elected promised the public, at least, ;'f
; -but she introduced Mrs. lec-
"as as the :
Land f case m the Supremo Court, be remarked if did not themselves arc informed that popular j I
that the Count of Arauda, who iu 1783:! was Plenipotentiary Frankie dearly-he was always so Ashton ; and what was more singular That there are, a large number of they promise ion: in Oregon has resulted in the I
from Spain, and as such signed the treaty and kind and would that sectional feeling should be al-
good to me whose
or peace between the United States and Engl4l1d, I heard no congratulations. The citizens of the United States, fanaticism should be defeat of'the calla convention -
wrote on the MOle night to his sovereign, Charles bring me flowers and, also, fruits during dance commenced-apparently I was feelings and sympathies are deeply layed-that put to form a tats Constitution;: -

'the and third added, giving sa account of what had been done, fruit s ason. I never once the gayest in the room. After the enlisted in behalf of what is termedthe down that the Constitution and Thus it seems that, although. their -

"I Lure just: affixed my name: to the treaty: with thought of being separated from first set was over, I observed two creole or native population of the laws should reign supreme, and that delegate in Congress was in a hurrfto -.

from tag grid exittcm, fur 1 f foresee Ufa 2'ortU infinite American trouble Bennolin.hS to Spain. him-no, never once thought of tho gentlemen! approaching mo, and who island of Cuba, there can be no ques- of from the 4th of and March brotherly, 1853, an love era see the young territory in the adult ,

'- ?.rrl. Iia' into the world* future ; but wo could not always remain should they be but Mr. Carroll and tion; and that there has been means friendship established extendingfrom condition of a State, the pioneers; of ,

pigmy; but the dry trill come when it will havefpvrt schoolchildren and at the close Mr. Ashton. I felt greatly embarrassed : contributed, either by themselves or should be the that far-off region are content to bide ,
the to
lie then into giraatic awed that I>toportions tbe "United aDd be States a Ci ossua would of the third year as I was one evening but tried to look the reverse. their friends in the Unitea :States, one end of administration was their time and share: _the .bounty of :.'

DOT down to the Gulf of Mexico{ that they would trudging home from school I "Miss Carplan, allow me to introducemy for the purpose of amelioratingtheir other. This new tho general -government, until they
the most auspi-
tile Florida acd Kew"Spain, (iiejicoj) and at t! heard some onfe behind me, and who old friend, Mr. Ashton." I distantly condition, or for getting'upanexcitement inaugurated under out have attained to such proportions as ";. J
of Cuba.
hit ttt bland to
should it be? Well Frankie Ashton. bowed,and'Mr. Carroll spokea in this country, in view cious circumstances carry did it to: bo able to take care of their own .,. "
-- --- and how see i
rU1l103r a.'ro uosucpao FAcroalr: y.-Th Wa- He looked very sad, and when he few words, and hastily: turned, and of procuring the aid and sympathyof thoso promises, fulfil the high affairs,' and claim admission to: the

tull Newport) TM, epeakujg the shipment ofyams I caught up my hand, and looked in left me alone with Mr. Ashton. our citizens, we confidently believe proper to undertake that had to been pledgedfor Union in virtue of. tho. number'" of, .'.jo ,

"C fromheM totlx IU fjctorui September yrtp Ut there bad bean my face, I marked the startling tear. I never was more provoked in my ; but that it has succeeded to expectations How far has it done so ?- their population. '

Stufrom this port 0801 bale cotton yarn He was the first to speak. life. The night was beautiful, and the extent: of furnishing the means i it ? I .
valued. at SO dollan, all of which was manu&otmred > No sooner was it installed in power THB "KNOW NOTHINGS" FOUND our. '.
at the Madison Factory owned by Capt N. "Well, Oorry dear little Corrywe Mr. Ashton }proposed a walk on thepiazza. necessary to the raising of men, arms. than factionists, free Boilers and abo- LA.S'f.-The secret is outrat last I1.. ,.
KWilUrd. SlootthMtbertbubMD: shipped mbl together .. I did not much like to ammunition with which to makea AT i
have been happy, happy go ; or with .
very :
sTlnd at 11,020 do W Of these. *o6 hales I is litionists at the north, together We know. all about the KnowN: tJ .
were nanofaotored at rho Madison Factory, and but soon, very soon we must : but remembering that we were once hostile movement towards that disunionists and secessionists at, the had their .origin'-io* ': .'
fB bales at the Montwello Factory. A amall lot nart. Mr father has concluded to good friends, I thought I would land, they have bad\ no evidence. Indeed the ings. e
mu"w.t.-t ..1 If utiuw. has boon ahlDMd from -- south were selected ;cotland, and must have ; .,
from themill are now send to ,C-, to preparefor o-r&tifv him., they very much doubt the ability The .. .
CdvK TB. Ths JVI1I me -- offices of the Government. there else why does Shakes,, : :
eoU Inmost of the store of Middle Florida and College. Yon know I will soon bo u Well;Miss Carolan: how do you of the friends of this cause to of both wings ; : the mouth F t t't
tbs! l counties* of Georgia. There is now a more conservative men eare put these words into .
iobdDC P; ,
oooaldenibl* oaantity of cotton yarns in atore in sixteen, and .I cannot think of re- liko the,appearance of my cousin?- command means sufficient to organizeand of the party y were repudiated.! _., of Lord Rosse, in his tragedy ot"Macbeth < .,,,:*:
ewpantroaa Uiesa foctorkt ready fbr-ahipment maining here at school longer; but,of What cousin !I" I asked. Why have equip any military expedition that factionistshave c 'r
*TaMontu! llo Factory Ifc*bow tor some weak been Mrs. to the task of invading it with .. The consequence is, ? ,
not introduced
to equal
". continue to go' you in their almost afraid to bwtr!taI(.
Cobicariog c.-otaQra clo I,of good q1UliV. course, you; arrogant;. AU ,poor c&uatryf "
] become're a
- Miss Nancy two'more, at least. Ashton, the",wife' o my' cousin. who any degree of, success.. Nor doth: ybelieyo' out their It cannot bo called our mother, but oar grate; .1 ,
ate --
purposed .. '
tbe uone ofgepnseoMttvea- 011 the Tth, IUo. Oh dear, I feel very sad"Ito died about a year since?"- any such',expedition} even if demands for' carrying. : have Where notlung' *' ,.but who,J&vnet jfttAta_ .is. sons-.. ::;
Corry abolitionists grown to amue.: '
4ry nneo4mentatott>**tril and dtpjomauo bill friend and The mystery'was solved, and Kate organized, could elude the:,vigilance The 'The"Know-Nothings"' it'1ainfei ," .
'ttMted from Oe()omm&iIea or the WboJ. Boas part withvthen oil, mylittJe' '. the l -Federal)spoils! received ; .
.a toa tltsll of tba Union'ver*adopted; others .to be absent sir long years; but Carroll, who ,was!just-passing, burst of our government! officers, or._of ourlawabi fat, upon hands of. this administration, red from this,.stood o.J X in'those! :;:}?e <" .

'pas snot- which the bill was Joel,b1 a during my absence,will 110U not often into a loud laugh, to think she had : i cltiens/belieYIDg_ i as we .t.'th: able, to'carry'tha day in days.:. Only they.were: seen to..Bmil@.. ,x.: -.
!ot.ot a to and now !
differ are .
I taken me' in. He then notJook'.m : ,
wish completely they ;
think of your own,Frankie,and VW, _V9. >* : -- at the north where, before H -; .
WAUDOfOIf, Inr lfl-Tb Senate. ,: by, test he near -promise'. that.I will told me that: she accompanied him dace upon" any attempt to, 'infringeupon the elections ,: ',A MOVEMENTS OP .HAT. F::WixD.ys.sin.-'.. -- ':
were great I
b'rots,srgsmeats.ICNI4 tel eke spu op t the U ,werTatrong. Bill, but&day.were. never" be'forgotten- :-that I will ever come, thinking a change would be the laws of our government: they were powerless.Js ,being formed It. is stated that .a few: da! cqa, :,. ,.-' '
:-: Constitution of anti-slavery::party '
the. ; # .
..n1D. be. first in your thoughts, in your beneficial,.but, would..only .remain a more_particularly bids) fair to Mat.F.. ra' \ the sited :states but;;,looking: to at the north which: sweep had beea. $*Ter*l i
n : bu mind, at Sewllavmg. Or1eu., ?"" And I promised all that few months. '- : : j j' it. ,'The. lout h where .staying > ,;. j .
races '
{,.o.iip bad Ww BIWJTJOI" ,a pride he asked, and child.that'I was, I felts "But, Oorrjr-:t Miss: Carolan!, I that...instrument-;: the and link have every"thingbeforo driven into' _a. position ofselfdefence' weeks for New.Otlea When ,:jti L;' :, ,." ,

repeat riots at Boston:who na, arras after. would break-his should h3ye.said-six.years! : has certainlywwoughtagreat which binds 'thls.nation, North' ;and been said, he ,will ahort11.8tI1l for,1.EUTODO: '" ..: :;..$; ; .y
'it.'my heart thre&tenS.theulti-:
lent sanb. was so unexpected'that I wasoverwhelmecTwf change in'you ?outh, as'one people;as'the very; r Jt'or ; their. :secession His'hea.1th'was'qui' ;: &.and L : ,'-q Y r

'&a tbeistbthe8eas :'lUpmenUUTes. pawed, leaving grief:, And then hegate in.,cveryrespect.-rl.did; not, expect: Palladium of-.their: safety. upon} mate' -necessity of and fore'leaving'":>Hot. SpnngsWH ,, '. ,.:':;..:: : fl
Disorder confusion -'- < JEJ ?: Union.
7 a&sak*%< bbserpance.otltirhichthefutureros Crutch lfarajleyto .
Jhaameadmosta,.ttius. appropriaupff mo"a( ,bea.nttfu1,1ittle, rwgwitliinalLQ ; such, meetingtfrom .you;:my little >> this exists'where 'before harmony aside hisT ; ":-,,, ,',',"',-' ,
in.j ,
00o for thai, purpose. upon it,and said:so sweetly, school-mate."' With' that; he 'raised p 0rit! nd' regress of ,grea ; :feeling 'reignedThese and "altz'nd'Atemed'1'o..uu. ... ; -
be- aid-'good
f ttU ": the Ttb is Frankie's gift-wear" it for my hand'{): in the room ligbtrrthejing I nation depends,they-iviIl'ralI in of th election rib; -
i Xtwmrnpshir L rbt ra oa This : and their if wm of the fruits e .
Aar tilt eUrtntb bftllot the auction.for 0.S. S tlJo his eakewtnd when be,half reproach was minor Mjr hand aas1i oft .e Constitution .,>* *. .-,., '- .... -
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S THE FLORIDA -a- nARD ; 1ry4 the United States might! be tarnished'la the eyes of '10. The amplest protection to,Protestant" inter 1'RE&CUINGOP, PAUT GRr- ..", \ Proceedings 'of Oc : J. -

f ,. .
,- '
conViderati6n territory '
th6 world .for other *-that a et ,
,We almost despair of our neighbor of the JCttrt o TheJdoctnnea'of the,rerered,Washington, '. ,I'atn,preaching to Ata '-" ) .Jew ,1SW.Coonca .
REPUBLICAN : in us'and occupying the position and V?I.Y. _" fine application of tbe wonll
bestowing credit for 'our h met at S P.U.Preeent .
upon .us any opinion on cpt. pu1 b
. it highway the Mississippi back'of.4;Jbllp. paupers ,
the Nebraska question: We thought in what we do nd.being athe same time in finch -I;tour shores.', : ;'f .+3 : "' connection wit the language-whlch Hon taaae Swar, hfcadaal MWi1Jiam -

; JACKSONVILLE: bad advanced on'.that.qoestion.we: : had taken valley, ; *' 19.-,The formation societies to' prott allA- drssefto hi a Itl* when he js preaching Cole Livingston and ,Ward, COOMB
assimilated to the o .
contiguity our own State, '
t merican on Mar* Hijl; at.the timebicarried to the
ground equally strong with some of the southern Southern the possession of ,institution itert to"all who attempt to ." ..
by 14. carry men.The '
unto learned
Areopagus to declare hi doctriife the
St enmit meet
minutes of the wes
desire of --4e&
Thursday, July 27,1854. ultraists who to make Nebraska a test of we should rejoice at its acquisition out foreign church or Stat
faith. reader recollect we ,, t. pncple whole country, who, were there, to, examine. .it, He had. beenjonrneyingwtti In the following way,.[ApZDUWpSZfsLIa. .
Every, will '
every body's by the United States in a peaceable and.un- ,oUL h a Dotg the-now doctrines- -.. -
FOK nrI REPCBUCAJT.Jfi spoke of the rescinding of the Missouri Compromiseline but our COunt ; Silaa/preaching the copy here about]
questionably honorable manner.. 16. American laws and American andhd
the of Asia and
Christ unto Europe
*..Editor: The verbal reports of the proceedIngs a a "w" measure-language, which ,we 'But there i* interpretation to,be put upon I legislation, and.death-to all foreign inBunnce, people "OaJ thtinCOhhinflfs;.
< from his at Berea on account :
Democratic and a separated companion *; Messrs. Cbley Livingston and Want,
of the Convention at Madison informed think satisfied our ctempor the whether in high low. yea
Union,article calculated to detract from
us that a resolution bad been passed ap- according bis view, elicited ,h de I Si this Jla jut half a dozen true ofa tumult raised there by the "unbelievingJews Nays-Messrs.'Bofflngton, Hemming WO&aat
credit which we are anxious to award the "
American be
principle4! and had arrived at Athens. In this city
that and Swart and adopted.The ,
bill did in 'addition, a .
the introduced Mr. Maxwell We
proring.of by of approbation. say
for its official course relation to Cuba as Mr. Chas -Will the Snat allow me to'ak bad encountered the Jews, the Pagan Epicurians '
: granting lands to the Florida Railroad& The pub- certain amendment which had been introduced Is the administration him where he finds his Intendant made the following report U reference
,lihod proceedings contain no such resolution. into the bill in the regarded by southernmen developed by the proclamation. Mr. Seward-In tho American Crd. :and the Stoicesnd, casual-disputation had h nobly to the City Hospital "- mrw>mi*
I, Snat South, because it excluded negotiating with Spain, merely with a slow Mr. Chase-Where is it printed supported the glorious doctrine which.he preached.The l The Intendant, to whom was entrusted the dotr
Will the Editor of the Floridian inform whether
us as
very favorble with the Jlr. Seward I believe in Boston and find in it
of maintaining our nentitylaws pupse a scripture then narrates: of lot|
Bach a resolution was passed and if if he took swarms of foreigners from becoming Free- purchasing a indcauaing suitable boDdiags
p BO, of view of the some of
in case the sale of the comprehensive prncple "And took him and brought him unto Areo
they erected thereon
i dee to be for
in the territory before they were naturalized them right and of them a City Hospital retpeet. '
the liberty suppressing it t Q.FLORIDA. Soil voters some know what this new doctrine
sword of May we
as citizens, was repealed, or we might hare fling upon i with the of natioua or Mr. nixon-Do tho WDj. to say that pagus,,whercoithou saying speakest, is t ,For thou bring- fully begs leave to report That he bought.QA.
power, by recommending a declaration war, these arc principles of the Know Nothings J, I to would L D. one.lot for one hundred .
pleased the News had we said ttrilen mil,in its est certain.strange things our ears we dollara .
: APPROPRIATION'S.Among btt winking at the descent of the Filibusters upon ask merely for information.Mr. know jthercfore what these things mean." which he added another bygifts deed
the House and the bill was Seward- I know the Know both
; mae shores T We confess we like not the maxim of the nthing'of It then that Paul undertook to enlighten the lots fire and six in '
the items appropriation. for Florida. more favorable to the North. We did allude to Nothinl [Laughter.] was square ninety-eight, i ia hereby.
Union "peaceably If we can forcibly if we must" the Senator knows nothing of assembled Athenians as to the true God, when presented to Council for its inspection. '
contained in the River and Harbor bill, which has the amendment offered by Mr. Badger,whereby the beautiful Jxon-I th ;
e branch aud the sword form a Know it seems to me strange altars to "oxxjrown" nd
very thlt they had erected an one; Upon the northeast of said '
Nothing corner
lately. passed the House, is the following: only law relating slavery in the territory before the battle-field; he here to state what the principles square tad*
t offtrod
combination when vpon of the former he
? the
in majesty : Julia
For connecting the Indian River and MnsquitoLagoon the Missouri compromise-that of Louisiana, recognizing attitude of of tho Know are. I should like him to describing says ing on street he has caused to be ereeUd.
at Haulovcr crushed the but with two Daton. occupying an explain if be Noting of the Know Nothingsor "For in him we live and move-and have our two buildings-one of which i*fifty feet loon
$:,QOO the institution-was beyond of by
towards other, tho olive branch being certain also of own poets have said
friendship their how does he read here the ; twelve feet wide
principles, principles the other
We learn that (15OOO has been inserted in the of resuscitation regarding that clause, also his ; twenty-two foet leaf
possibility tho negotiator, with the sword of the warrior con- of the Know [Laughter.] -for we are offspring.
I Light Bouse bill, for the erection of a new LightHouse 1 too,a weakening! the chances of the South gaining coaled beneath his diplomatic suggest no Seward-If !othing'! friend, the Hon. It is this blending of one of the f.lmiliar-ideas of by seventeen feet wide,with a chimney of brictv T1

at the mQuth of the St. John's river. practical advantages by the bin therefore still ideas of lofty national .rbl ad uprightness. Senator from Kentucv. had paid attention to whatI the Pagan faith with the revealed omnipotence of It is hoped that these buildings will be nfBetent
1 said he t With all luc years
p.- favorable to northern calculated to and influence
I more Tho bare of our complaint in the case I said of the Know Nothings.' My reason God that was impress
TalC ST. JonVs RIVER.-We learn that orders !ulpnlinl nothing He submits for examination
t this, the 'tr.found occasion to class us "with of the an a justification of war, for it is that I nothing about which I the people to whom Paul's words were addressed.Tho your and approval::
t hare been received by Lienttnant xWRm, of the do" characterize the bill as the "Ne lrl Jirr > know always say Honorable of divine the various accounts and vouchers for the expenses
those who and the 'r In interval of a proposal to purchase nothing. [Laughter. Agmbe doctrine a original creation of man
i Engineer Corps to commence 1U. B rrey of the braska Oltnp. This is the expression Cub-i ol' precludes us from any pretence of Senator will excuse me (rm was believed and taught, imperfectly and indistinctly of this enterprise, amounting $498 43. "
course of the St. John's river, from its mouth to I with at the North who apply the term his question, because itis my purpose to say ISAAC SWART
ablitiou such justification" should we find our terms of purchase nothing qf the .Know bccinse of the by the Gentiles, though revealed unto and latendant.
Jacksonville in conformity with the recommendation the of what they regard the Nothing July 15th, 1354.
"outrage" to repeal a stated I know the Jew The ideasof
are rejected, or a refusal given to Know Nothings, as I difiniteiy comprehended by *
of the commission which assembled altogether
of the .
majority "holy compact" of the Missouri line. Now, our sell 1 the island. nothing. [Renewed laughter.] inferior divinities emanating from the ruling deity The report being received,was referred to a committee
here early last Spring. The survey will would not do us this injustice if Mr. Pratt advocated striking out, and strongly
be undertaken as soon as Lieutenant Newton'can neighbor certainly what he rend ifhe remembered The intention of Spain to abolltionize the island, denounced the portion of the bill which: he understood of the G Gree'Mythology the relationship of man consisting ofIegrs. Williams and Cole to

be relieved from charge of'the work of Lieutenant he "n rote from article which, or he first commented impelled by a joint purpose with other European as giving the Americn soil into the custodyof with gods, the familiar communication of celestial examine the vouchers, who made the following re*.

.. Gilmer the Savannah river-the latter officer that in ou upon powers to produce a fatal effect upon the prosperity an alien population. with terrestrial beings, the investing of kings and port:
on we rejected especially the "compact" view of the The bill was postponed, and after a short executive The ;
warriors with divine Special Committee to
attributes whom
relieved account of of our own States, presents a separate feature are commonplacefeatures was ftkrrad-
been temporarily on .
e baring which stress is laid at the North. We session, the Senate
ill-health. The St John's work will probably not be case upon remind of this and the question, which we now barely refer to. Doubt- aj of the Mythological system. Ofthese,Mi- the report of the Intendant with his account sad
leave to ,
commenced, for this reason, before the FalL beg if he will inform his our cotemporary readers that we spoke of less the frt law of nature, in that! case, would impel THE LATE COMMERCIAL CONVENTION. erva springing from the brain Jupiter is on illus vouchers, for purchasing a lot and building City

sec the American people! t a desperate and decided tration. But as to what Paul addressed to the Hospital, beg leave to report that they hare examined
.. the as an act of Congress subject to repeal We received the last mail the printed
REMOVALS.-By reference to the advertisement of "compact" step; but even tint would not warrant an attitude by procee Athenians, there are passages from "their own the same, and find them correct, and recommend

Mr. THOMAS Ax DUEF, Tailor, it will be seen that he when the interests of the country ciearly demanded of hostility immediately contingent upon the ding of the late Commercial Convention of the pot." which are extant that seem almost to iden- their approval.

has removed his establishment: from the frame its rescindment. We spoke orts repeal failure of a proposal for peaceful purchase. and Southwest, assembled at Charleston. It tify the authority from which the Christian orator They w ill further recommend, that the thank of

block, immediately west of Messrs. i!bee& Cano- as "wise," because we were happy to see any line We shall not take for granted, that in all thingsthe is from the press oOIc.qsr.Walker & Evans, of quotes. He is supposed to have referred to Aratus, this Council be tendered his Honor the Intead\

Ta's and has taken a store recently put up on the obliterated which put a South ou one side and a administration is represented by the editorialsof that city, and is well printed. The following are the Cicilian, and t'1eanthcthe stoic: of Assos.Rev. .-- for the prompt and efficient manner in which he

lot of Mr. Swart, on Bay street,near the comer opposite ; Xbrth on the other. For the reason that Mr. Jefferson the "Washington l'/l tom. However> remote we the delegates from Florida who were present in the .M. Lewin has furnished the following translations has acted.
the adoption of such line, as the of the sittings of the ConTention : Messrs.
Biggs & -Vs foundry. Mr. AXIJBED will be deprecated may be from the administration party in its inconsistencies course : (Signed,) GEORGE W. COLE;
dreaded knell, the "fire bell" of the Union, so do Benj. F. Whitner, J. B. W. D. Moosely, S.
happy to see his old customers, and we doubt not and party manoeuvring: ,in great foreign Jro\r From Are!us. S. N. WILLIAMS.The 'p

will evince his usual desire to accommodate and we think it may be wise that fastenings have questions which the vital interests of the American Glinskie, C. A. Price, )1 I Car B. A. Putnam, "From Jove begin we. Who can touch the string report of the above Special Committee wan
I been broken, and that we shall hear the sound of J. W.: Bryant, C.Drew, S. M. Howell-
satisfaction in his line of business. '**"
give people are involved, without regard party And not harp praise to Heaven's eternal king? received and adopted.
"line"; from it no longer. Our neighbor can t The subject which obtained the most
Mr. C. DsWAAL has also removed his Store and "cass"us names at home, we shall be happy t applaud the prominence lIe animates the: mart and crowded way, The committee,to whom was assigned tha4uty e f
he'p'eases: but whether his "classing" so for in the Convention was that of Southern route for
Auction Room to the Holmes Block. course of the Executive of the country, when he 1 The restless ocean and the sheltered bay. regulating the for storage on powder.'sent to
tsp will redound to his credit: for candor, will perhaps a Pacific railroad, and a recommendation to the
manifests a h'gh: purpose maintain' its peace, Doth care perplex-is towering danger nigh? the magazine, have had the same under consideration
A MAVuorn VEGETABLE.-(,. T. G. Arnett of be question! with those who read our paper as t Southern States and Railroad Companies to forman .
Decatur count has sent : without sacrificing its honor and rispcct with ;Wur,hill'ff''pr.IIJ. and to Jove we fly. and beg leave respectfully/ to submit for
Bainbridge, us a huge well as the } ,r8. incorporation to negotiate for a route and build your
specimen of a Beet raised by himself which is the world. From CZeantHtt. consideration the following ordinances sod would .
not much to in reference to
That say a was The questions of appropriations
really a curiosity, for its size. It weighs now, after paper We hope the nutslull, into which. the ( n"pithly" r.l. adopt. Great Jove! most glorious! of the immortal band! recommend th-ir adoption, and your committee
1 ,. being dried considerably,12 pounds and 10 ounces, the three "classings" which 1 perhaps unwittingly by Congress harbor and river improvements
and 22 inches in circumference the : resolves the question, when cracked Worsh'p'd: by many names-alone in night! ask to be disch'irged.
measures at gave at the same timeit own, that of Mr. Seward and grants of alternate sections of lands for

thickest part and 20}' inches in length Can any of Georgia, and the licpvlllean's. Upon reflection, may not be proved to contain a rotten kirail.A railroads, were tabooed as being too political in Author of all-whose word is nature's law! An Ordinance t> amend an Ordinance! entitled aaI

: of our Bibb county farmers beat that beet? It can j Hail I unto thee I Ordinance for the powder in the
mortals lift
be seen at our office.-J/i/tvwi Citizen, 15/A. we have no doubt it looks a little singular to it that it STRONG SIGN IN NEWTORK.I their bearing t be discussed by the Conventionthat may their voice; storage Bugs'zlne
ve'but I For we line(fjffprin: are. All that : ,parsed in Council Jnu Tth,.1853.
We don't know what the Bibb county farmers should b endorsing Mr. Seward, who a is, in the opinion of some of its members; things creep ,
We hare before remarked that there i is morep1ainpken'lngage Are but the echo of they voice: divine. Sec.1. Be it ordained by the Town Council of
of Nebraska and only accepted 4afCrniation of their
can do-but we have hanging at the door of our office balfwayoppr\'at consequently no propriety I '
Democrats at the 'pWe the Town of Jacksonville That from and after tbe
beet in this town which is 2 feet it for its repeal the Missouri line, and finding was expressed. the same time wo notice '
a "grown long, \ have heretofore omitted of the details
in relation to abuses any of this ordinance the charge for the
p : fault with oursclf. That act classifies us all round 'norh suth gross that irrelevant and most essentially' political; passage
1 foot in diameter 30 and a '
weighs pound, grownrOnoMseed7 nnd veT' which have been passing on the of
both mistakes committed by the great head and the wings rumor storage of powder in the magazine,shall be lt"
-the Seward and the Rfpulfaan- series of resolutions which Col.
dS tint beet Georgia was.reported by
/ you not a the Missouriline lesser heads of their pirty. At the South our oppnent relative to an unhappy encounter between two cents each for kegs h ilf kegs and greater kegs.
it abolished
'p 'S. favoring the bill be'us Nelson Tift, of Georgia, from a "sub-committee" of '
find it to excuse pitent defections young citizens of our State recently,near the Georgia and the same for all not containing merethan
.easy eases
respected and the Xncs as opposing one approvingthe the general committee, is engrafted in printed
. as glaring attempt which his been th line. The parties were Mr. Claude Stewart and twenty-five cafeter of one pound each sad
Mr. T.McMillan not risen "inconsistent with tie
neighbor, though exactly other, and therefore being report, when, if we mistake not, Col.Tilt was one I
,: upon the ashes of the late fire,has certainly! emerged itself." made bj the President to keep on pod terms of the foremost in political discussion Mr. .. B. Cokcr. The following letter from Mr. for all package larger than those mentioned s* 1

with the of the North. But suppressing Stewart,which we find in the Savannah Artcv,purports the same rate and proportion. .
from it into a remarkably and attractive Drug and But now,our cotemporary distinguishes betweenMr. FrSi iFS the Contention. Moreover the President of the
there are members of the pirty sterling to to correct a certain account of the affair contained See. 2. Be it further ordained by the authority
Fancy stoteWith a selected Sewardwaives" to
very handsomely .Seward and ourself thus: Mr. Convention, on the eve of its adjournment,

stock, and/uZZ as handsome, and the constant personal all his objections and will support the bill, and the wish t coalesce! with such characters. The plain that the report of the "sub-committee" was dtclar not understood in that piper: aforesaid That when any package are seul to the
of the National of the North NgWXAXSV, EvSTjjftORIDA, 1 l to contain the Towa
language magazine supposed powder
attendance of Mr. McMillan at the establishment RepiHillfan docs not. We should like to know Democracy properly to compose part of the printed r.l .
customers will hardly repar: there without Seward in t /- ought t be reiterated ia the South: i only for the a July S.M.Ma. r Marshal or Keeper of the same, is aatborisrd,
what we have done more than Mr. #< < journal. This was fully consistent with Hon. Mr. EDITOR:Having noticed in your paper, the
: a certainty of being fully accommodated. lag our objections. His objections are distinctly benefit of those wln prefer t> bj deaf to such Dawsou's language in his opening address to the 27 th ult,an accouutofthe difficulty between Jo-eph when doubts arise as ia the quantity of content

sounds and who lull their southern fellow-citizens B. CoLer and myself and said therein contained to the and make
Tke Soda Fountain ejects its sparkling and refreshing set forth, and his sole reason for supporting the Convention which follow: Esq. deeming account open same, a
waters from Mr. counter, and 'with the tale that the Democracy of tho U. S. i is a i a erroneous, I consider it proper ami my duty charge accordingly upon the contents tLereoC
McMilLyi's bill is announced. We certainly could not I consider the Convention now convened representing to make corrections.It
is in great demand on these occasions of sultriness. port" the bill in the sense that Mr. Seward "sup do, unit with their President in maintaining nationalprinciples. the great interests of an immense section! Ls said that I invited my antigpn'st when on See. 3. Be it further ordained by the authority

.--. That white marble slab is cooling to &o"vpon, and for we had no lot upon it as he hid; otherwise we As a expres the pound cf the New York vtth those of any other portion, as we do notIITIY he made a disc'osore of the after : this
Ita effervescing is the full realization of all that should have voted for it he did. We are to portion Dimocncy, fid request secresy ,militating agaiccf1 the provision of o dT-
up ourselves in to of the
a antagonism part and that I it
any was enjoined, cons an unmanly
is delicious. we give a few notes of the ; s of tho ConTention mince: ,be, and the! same are hereby repealed.
Mr. Seward, but we confess we cannot log bl.n.: prococd.n Union, in sticking the commercial clen.ton of theSouth. exposition confidence reposed, and therefore demanded
of National Democrats of tint State, convened GEORGE W.COLE '
p. him, even to enjoy the company of our cotemporary. satisfaction. I have never given my an- (Signed) ;

Purchasers will notice the advertisement of Goods We cannot "waive" as he does all "objections" to on the 12th to nominate for the approaching MEETING p.AT' MIDDLEBURG. togoiii any such invitation: and I have in possession s. s.WILLIAMS,

) fore sale by Chpt. Blanchard. For choice article, We cannot bolt down those parts of tho Nebraska election.'hen our readers peruse the resolution WIG his: acknowledgement to the same effect in wrtmg. > JnTy 15th, Bj! Committee.
it Moreover had to da in
on fair ferms the Captain's establishment offer bill which diluted it down to a practical application below-its strong and pointed langnige-they will In pursuance of previous notice, a portion of the creating the difhen' lady seemed anything to hive been the Which report was received and adopted u4 the

strong inducements,and purchasers w ill do well togve sugar-water to the South. And if the please remember that it is not Wh'jr denunciation."Out Wlrgs i of Duval county assembled at Middleburg effort of Mr. Coker to bring into our dispute the ordinance 1a.sse&Councilman

him a call at the west end. JYtw*can go the whole figure in this way and then of thine own mouth do I condemn thee." on Saturday, the S2d instant, and were cUed to names cf two young fyLes: which I objected to andre'iisted We! offered the following resolutions -

p.. solace itself that it is a better position, or a The New York National Democrats met in cons order by Jou ('. RICKABP,Esq.,on whose motion, i thinking it unfair and dishonorable! to expose ,which were adopted:
TilE CROPS IN THE I vention at Syracuse, Croat; harmony the names of innocent females, thereby involving -
\Idu.dlst IIARBERT THOMAS of MidJlebarg, JZtwiafJ, That all charges on powder stored ia
smooth new plank for the platform it is welcome and enthusiasm ., Esq. their rcpuMt-on. ;&F

;_ The following is an extract of a late letter from 1 teotihidraiitatittttona figuring. upon it. of the convention referred "the treachery president of Mr. was called l.the Chair, and LEVI WEIGHT, of The difficulty between )r. Coker and myself oc the magazine,under all the ordinances that are repealed

. Tampa to the EfpulUfan: Our neighbor repudiates the doctrine of sq&ittersorereigaty licr." and said that the President '"had talked Middleburg,appointed Secretary.The curred because be bad assailed my reputation on since the lit January be remitted,aod'lJaa&
and acted another but if the national: very many occasion*, and had spoken in terms of
But the fne way object of the meeting being briefly sf atfjd by the Town Marshal cause the same to be charged
TAW!" BIT, July, 1Jt.p -rery good. more strange Democrats wTre faithful t.> their principles, they srespect of a deceased brother, whom he had
Nr. ElUor: There is no news worth relating that h should "waive" a objections t the Ne- would: have a Pres'dent who would deal fairly with the fhral on motion of Dr. Oliver P. Hull, I nvtr known or seen. When I demanded sit"!faction at the rats fixed by ordinance passed this day. .

t without it is the plessirs: prospects tLe pUa r* ; the getters up of which claim that the squat- th.national D..UOTB.. EetoirtJ, That five delegates b appointed by the : he challenged me to meet him in-an cffairof 2& further rooked. That the charge for storage

Lave in this section of Florida with tielr crcj* i 1 fully embodied in it. When the The Hon. Greene: C. Bronson, lately di"micl hair to attend the Cunt convention, to b held i fcfj and death beyond the limits of ths Sut?. I shall herd at the time the powder is delivered
com and cotton. The forcer easrt KzyasttA Wftnti from the New York collectorlrp; for refusing to 'accepted the cluficngc, and am now she injured
I -S fjtnd; out that Jacksonville, 03 31st diy of August for at the migazine,and the Marshal shaD givea
in any part of the country aad C.t Lw }"&*it #** we were orpos to the bill submit to the indecent interference and dictationof net party.

promising as anT I hivs'trtr s se s; iz4 it 1c nut! : ".whole,"we had no idea tht th't paper/if rontZit theadminUtration, was nominated by acclamation the purpose of nominating candidates t b snp Upon the occasion my gun was loaded with; receipt for the quantity received as, also,for the

here and there that TIM fsA rase 67 are r** a whole," with its repeal of the Louisianalaw fur Governor, notwithstanding it was known by the Whg: party of the county, fu twelve buck shot instead of thirty, a* asserted in amount paid for storage.

general. Don at Oil Tsauf never as yet pwrm iSuev ftr'gC-tr3I Us* TCW be "rr requiring to become a candidate. Elijah FOII WAS i p..
some to sport tiit smr* :,*4*xn fan CZng voters t b naturalized before they satin nominated Lieut. Governor, Clark liurnham .Assembly of the State. SUICIDE OF TWO LOVERS which was adopted:

UP.t*/ tQhwftnwur?'.. joacrnent upon the right of Southern men emigrate for Canal Commissioner, and Abram \ cream for The following named gentlemen, to wit: Dr. An Ordinance to repeal aa Ordinance; pe ee
I wa*KvtS*frw fa>f f":.Suet fiat rw*BB Hresai&v t the territory with their t State Prison Inxpcctor.Kotnlntions Oliver P. hull William S harden Oapt Elijah Two lovers have lately committed suicide at East April !51th. .J, and revive Section'14th of the
A ..
utll rti
gnrnity\ sn? **wr ta AUehaa Jrprt. in of the
I G.n"a1 find*UV fur She Aladtca crops .. le of the Nebraska were adopted bill, and of favor leaving the lrind- Bltch James T. Thomas and William ThoD Abingdon Mass. Ordinance, relating to passes granted to Slaves

I is Jla\\1lw cun."GOTITIOSS.e ten of slavery to the States where it and Jr.were delegates to attend said lunveiitioa Tho deceased were seen walking together, apparently Free Negroes and Mulatto

the people of the territories whom UIAt' ,: appt in a contemplative mood between the hours Be it ordained by the Town Council orb Towa
anmfiny ( Cchtd State C&arfift Nothing definite has been announced from The convention also denounced coalitions "en- "ccorac of one and two o'clock in the morning,on the margin
of the in which ther
and d.xhonest.: Tha pond were subsequently
I' efevu: fc&MT Governments which have been W.,1Iinjtl in relation to former proposals which, we manly give in full fKttolred following resolution b Eig&ed'lf/itoe Car Secretary, and found drowned- The following is a copy of the regulating passes to slaves free negroes sad D

demos'h due rut of Ministers Resident Is Unit 1. our Government has made, through letter left Miss in her chamber in
allcg That the President of the published in the by Sampson bttoes passed April !24th 1854,be,sad the aaneI Is
Dow LaW Iff JAJIES A. PEnn, of our SUte. The Mr. Minister in Spain for the purchase rnitc Stoughton :
State, b his unwarrantable interference On motion, the meeting then I hereby repealed and that section 14th of,the .

jy s4 emoluments are doubled with thin change of the Island of Cuba. In rpns to the demand OW lol polit'cs' his palpable and alarming in- IL U. Tl01 adourne Dna FRISCO: It is with my"SrorGnros."Mr ribt mind. mer ordinance be. and the same t* hereby, rrrired

,' .pleasing little incident, which would make an for satisfaction, on acunt seizure of the States'.tight of *, aud hi* unjustifiable and LEVI WRIOU Secretary. tint I write these lines, and also that which am I' in fall force and virtue. -

incumbent none the ICM respectable for Block Warrior, known that vessel undisguised use hil patronage to control our to do. I tired of this world,acd U '
being grati i i a r State elections, has violated his obligations to his -- going am so my On pnotion of Councilman Cole' seconded by
leased, and a fine thousand dollars his allegiance the Constitution and his I We notice; that the Whigs Jackson county are own dear friend, so I must say hitS to morrow Councilman that
fedatit.'S. o/i Williams a i.allbmmiu.of
ar\ t
on her owners, for alleged violation of imp duty t the country, alienated from his admin I to meet on the first Saturday in The! morning I shall be in another world; but, dear :
of the
Augt friend thank fur kindness towards me, three consisting following membersMessrs.
The steamer namcoct,which was put aground on revenue laws, was Beyond this, it is. bttio a majority of those in thi Stt who cast published at Marionna, .. you your >-
which Call
v tile Fourth baa been safely drawn off.And is found. rmitt thcr votes for him in eighteen J7i1 conts folow.injt his been very great on my spirit. Cole W Jl ma and Boffiagton,be appointed -*
ffty two .
large found in E.
stte demads for for : "Our bodies will be pond
to take in consideration
indemnit After : the .the prujnieiy of
not to be adopting resolutions permanently
materially damaged. reported by the where dear will
companion me
I and own
previous THE CASTASS Ore my accompany
We learn from
by our ? a gentleman
. ie\c sute Ccment. committee, Judge Branson's I Utter, declining the returned from Madison to another world; life may be sweet to you, 6ut I locating the several streets,lanes aDd alleys
just that the Democrats
I3f"Tb editor of Alligator AJcfiiuxr is ac- Involved in or connected with this nomination on account of ill-health and professional must go where my own l love goe*. Tea Morton I of the town sad to report at the next regularmeeting

toally oxig somebody to send him a pair of scis- clam, is the reported propo&for the sale of the l engagements, ,'a read; but the convention insisted Con\ltion a was aDtcpU rnomat M. thank him also for his kindness. My best wishes of CouocL .

island. To negotiate good faith for this upon the nomination.SEWARD :.XWEL Cngess in Middle leave to all the children. I did not'dream 11' somebody taKfl also understood -
and he hug pur-
t.os having his this morning, but please send this to Aunt Chloe The committee appointed to amend the tax lap',

broken his only remaining knife. Our neighbor pose, as will a to fulfil our treaty obligations, ourGovernment ON THE'S.KNOW Florid that Governor candidate.BBOWX No information will consent could to which I leave and some of them will come here. asked for further time to report which wan grant-

is a great ItaJt to expect that that game can i called upon t!suppress illegal ex NOTHINGS. affjrd the Whigs of West. Florida more plenr It is with pain that I'start from here, but I must ed. .. A'

i be pltwice. pitons against "b from our shores, such as V, as is said by the opponents of the His name alone i* a tower of atrn the say good bye. The lalendant stated he %.nw Mr.S. D.
Wig "Mr Aunt Chloe and I leave
sisters this
.5 sailed and the whole State will BOW -
are again to
p Doctor J. S.Joxts has declined becoming"candidate reported b the new order of the "Know Xothing"i hthed Whig and enthusiasm that ny been unknown support world to yourselves which "1 hope you will enjoy Fernandez as Tax Assessor for this yfear. ,
in of To this
end the
it for the Senate from Cblumbia county. course prrtion. Pdt up by them,-enable the par to ride into since the stirring times of '4$. We vanturc-the don't think of me only that I have gone with nty The Intendant read the following'communlea.-

.. not long since issued his proclamation againstany power,it is"r certain they will lose Madison wi receive the information companion to rest and to meet my father I hope; tion,on presenting the bills Messrs. Thwuiaa sad
th tat
"\ KET WEST. -' who may be engaged in c expeditions; and tion of Mr. who, on the; Know.p the OLD nom. in the'field, a did a rn here are my rings and his, in my trunk but all of McIntosh:'
Sar need not think that have led
to this it
this is followed ruler the hand writing the you you me ,
up by a recent emphatic charge of upon
question, kes company with 3Ies r Douglas and trembling limbs and a troubled wl"-wit u my own selL Mother, I hope yon will think of Gentlemen of Jhe Common Council:
The correspondence oftbe \TaknIla 77m/*,gives I,| Judge Capbl of the United States District other leading Dl.'ort who have incorporated *S4 coutnc father and me, so good bye. Aunt Chloe'I have The Intendant ia presenting two hQl thai

the information and comments we append below Cur at Xe Ortcs. This charge strongly con opposition to KnoW Nothingista into their platform. LETTER FROM CABELL. not forgotten your kindness, which Ignea none of accompany this communication,"begs leave to express

: b nader date nth last Dr. LeEngle alluded to, i iaJ de this means of au upon Cuba, and dirs Mr. Seward' position is defined in a on the :' you and will doubt We don't think ofmeguodbyeMaddy. .his regret'at the,necessity of calling for I.uee&seofthiskin&Srwhichss..

Dr.W.LTogUs,a young and skilful Medical gradtiat the Grand Jur full investigation as Homestead bill,which; has reached the debt and I RIm:VA..June 26, IS4. Jennr. sign."ADRIANNA onr names ''., gal .

formerly of this place, and son of C pt John to' who are the'parties the under discussion Sonat .J/y Dear Sir: long known bow un "
Mi?' eng i mO\mc was on the 10t Bater, 6f willing was to be a candidate for re-election t "ISAACP.NASU.- .. : pie prorwioB ia made aader the charter of f orach

". He has lately received the appointment and to pr.nt t ae ogy. The South Carolina, and Mr. Cy, of Aaa advocated C1np at the next election. But for the eret I. C. Chenoweth, one of the Ward jurymen, has moreaumu, character.. .-P ,. ,- -sThi .

: til Physician to the Marine Hospital: report the Grd Jury we publish the striking' out of ,giving to my former friends, several of.ho opposed been expelled fronUhe Baptist_Church_at Elixt- *' t.rjna'nrpJ apbnjQwcXitBdaai,
0 .8.F JO""EIhaa at the lost election ,
been relieved from his duties me ,Iwouldmanynionthsago
et the Uaftne Ilorpital and is succeeded by Dr. 1'1 The attitude of the General Government on the foregr who merely declare the intention to have publicly. announced that 1 would,not b bethtown. Ky.. So exchange, states. by the defendants iu the suit ot the Towa of Jack

la: During the past urtermore patientswere cten3 donations of lnd equally with a cnddte' lonrille $& R.W: Biggs and; n.eInJ'vpproceedingJoftheIntendaats

admitted, and more deaths occurred than in subject is, pap correctly indicated by a article American ctins Mr. Pratt took the same rn'for desiring to continue in privatelife MARINE NEWS-PORT OF JACKSONVILLE the o rtDT a wiU' "

4 uy preripos quarter since Dr. Joses baa bad which copy from the Washington ground. 1er Cass, Seward and Stewart were I have frequently stated to foU and ifl hesitated ENTERED;, -- ore.tZ. : -JT V ',& / :lr Uo: t. :*, _* -* .
Charge being 57 admitted 25 of or doubted as to duty do lon
which were cases of which when my ,
..- Yellow fryer, and 9 deaths. Three of these were as i by authority, i opposed to striking out Mr.Swa'prnt the ger. The health of my fily"i such as 1 July 18.- 'Brig F.W.HaraJBarker Kennebeek.' 'Formerlr,.it is beliered D ersry fastest*' &.
taken there says: .The pith of the mU peaceably if irecan platform of the Know t ded .* 24.M A Frances Bay Borton.-. Common Council
: bower, in a dying condition and fire Nothing whic may not for some te my connt attntn cno .Rebecca has been thjjTeffieient bbdr'wmieias l

'were from vessels not belonging here. foIiy if t f". Being among those have been seen .where b many our readers: hop tt b my power, sum CLEARED, ."caused encroachments, obltrncfions, *e.:toe
4- Since the 1st April to the present time there who believed that a portion of the clement which Mr. Seward absent from- New Y -.'
advocated bin, and said he b -ProptT the July 21. F removed.", removed lIz Sedgwkk's! shop ,
baa been in all and alfcaase8 ,
from deaths; brought the present administration would TOt far it in an!shape that it dunng th .the State ,I "54. 'Brig Lucy Hjaaatw SmaH ew'York.Bay
: than bare had fir t'pwe shall c Hr.T.Ledwith's fcnee v4e. BotiB.thisuishe lt ,
more we any 3 year* since 1S42, for tinal mig m therefore in afewdavsin a communicationto
'f. whea we were visited with this same disease. Some would induce i to give countenance to bfore giving t lhreigneroall the Sction-4e rights (aye; my foer'cn1ntdecUe being considered Intendant was-compelled taint ta bMt

1 ". p 'of beae deaths may be feirly charged to the effect of pedition from our srd therefore, entail Ml of settling on he public granted We have bl th a rtn O assurance and WK:1JLANCIlA"RPj. < T mder,his osthotofflec'ubeu'eorn'pliiat'wu t4%
., which i*a great curse to oar population upon the country greater room for the following land that of many othe t a"generally understood street Biggsc'fo1mdry: '
thousd-fold his
t .peech, op- The judgment in this jolt &
: and prosperity, and we hope the next sessionof than which he introduced .Know i to be a it that:Iada h.UleJ k
the Legislature will pass a Maine or some more any,good that could ,result to the United Now, the, t"" Nothingeeii t, prol JUST.reteiredVdirett from New York; jU of.tbt.Town.thrwiag' J IIII"' 'It

modified law suitable to oar wants. People are be.piIIE' State or mankind from this mean of reyolutionising principle V8 at all, to"A i we it a'oininto your kind expression 'ot desire S barrels- (tlffee Sugar' : rpoa the firm of R. W.B.*CW sad deaUisg-
to open their ,to the evils it is daijv C t s wh le. I return to I sir 'S '.: Large Mackerel I.'
eye bt gave us pleasure fed able to com hare my hi the policy of I my public l a my de here'is 1IO''appeal to tW CI VthSa
causing in ear midst In this of the State ob' t Sperm -
sad "
it serv'L _
it it i frg ,
med course in the determination evinced or elaborated and Iou fid_. p. "
e "
fa early lant's Court Tb&Judgkiniovaded; a.
parbeolariy needed;composed u is our county, into distinct ; : : .10 :Whiskey,
of.tea-Curing peopl4o a great degree, who have by the President t Dt'the laws, by issuing the proposition society* by who journal which represent '.DE.GvW.CAul' *'EcCAl.r' ft.OOOChoSeeSegara,,' labored opinion the Ore Utowfer t&*. M .

I Cunilea or other restraints upon them. Great the Cuban hi'administration -. pie1 cu there sixteen support uiasprmci- '* : ..' :: 4boxeaCandy_.. .' clsr folItifwlilMl &Ie'(1oa)eriiiiiaisrerianre '
this w
p ''.; change* bar taken place in the bnshiesaof the succeed the'purchase of the'Island creed. :fnd tt a\ ace l the grtal 4 barrels Newurlea Molasses;_. ; ,
Ct1 "
,2 ,plao the past year, and my.yile practice have 1 e Ec etbyrc" fdayrYgi nore Together with a foil assortment ofFamilj' Groee- wtldcart'fadSder

,' fiam aboutbcd.-. We hope before the close of this tg't J be made &areryhigji coat 1. None but Native Americans law? t vies,which will be. sold very low for cash. Call Hurt food; sad It.-; .

t :'year to aee.a law passed abolishing all license to ttill more gratified &the result I'Ajmre American common fo office. New York the deaths the week ending t 14th' and gee. July .' TILlIS[ ft'is ancertine4that the power*jwnowcroachm
I sell liquors except for medicinal This I and a o.& were 137. In Boston for the same time,' '
I ,, jkeb>reto bettiritafofalarge purpose. by D mean 'a.t-1told applause .:War to the hilt on Romanism. ,- '. :Cho! eRam&I atsa dobatnictions;the street W'.
majority '
I f ourpopulation for t succca of t merely 6. Oppoeition-6rstand basso tbe formation of Ki.i'i in''the.Intendsat's Cocrt wad r.ttii et*:
but'Vhfther of the majority the dr bu'i military composed of "- "Frnt XEGKOQ I T'T Tyler TpJST recei'ed1Ier itesrner'-from-ice'w ,York, .-. .
I : roiers, remain*to tweeen., We are governed here b cpe freie. \r ._
'ape eetT'wt 6.,The a Telegrsph.of the 84th nit from _and for sale. at &ptaim Jti**+imfjf nine.- <
says -
I .,j: .. ,our Iectioa by the liquor influence h'party ietit; h tionality. : a our friend AJIDvis who has jnsf returned from D".- '.7--- -'YaJ 1.=.. .iaalaorxBi>ted ootaQiird'wajv .i n*. fIoB.Wi3HaaA.ronrsidsaysjy
I .peraona of BO risible mean of aupport'r property, "
a 7. Hostility to an '
I ,and who haTe DO Interest any where but' to opposethe pte bu the g' a twill be agitation form and whatever PpIDc.i wut_ : Atn H de comity;that Mr, Cabman, near ,:Prime'Orange County Butter. .:- .'t.:_. 'liar "1 1Ia
I of that t md Tth fast who JIII"
praeperitj any neaaara mar brought a fye. and lost fire ,, .
American senti \ J"o't CEIVED teanfc
I forward. W* an UitxJ with such the possibility,that by offonqueriDgoracquiiing S.Aecu'btio D weekly from JfeirToTavper ; bai1diBg fa a t .1.act ..j&Del.
particularly w. of. '
I killed light- .lOr
I : Di. ; ; ,btt ; tk9 er, and for aale s, TBjAIAKgi .
p1Qg1. ., Cuba,the national honor of I, t"., or.tingl&and eflcctiye .e i.i" \ -tt- ; j ., .. ,I"ItJ. 'b .
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# lOOt m that U la$4 a*don justification In BWqe'aJtepart for doaiag aft CAMPSEN.GRIST41ILLERS& ELLERHOEST: ;. '_ (ki1.i!_i's: Fifth. .Annual JFaur of the:South" Cam; THE AFBIEW.. -U-bavi:1crinInaa-r--L ; ,: --t J. .& "We I : -. .-

*"- iinaInstitnte.; < ,; l :. t easn.i Ja kismdoraa5 H's $11. '"
.ctW van 'hailt.1.popenon' ownItfaewWt General Importers and ,Dealers in 1HOLLOWA'FS .. 'IIIIen pres abalfJeaauaaddearew -- -

;i ; Iast II not resorted Hay Corn,,Oats, Peas, and.Bran;: TIlE_ Institute for the promotion.Art IS4 Dr.P. Fuio. uj fis. aoxem.; .." - -
rtryu metal I : I8id. Your 11mm .
Medicine .
JU.JEETST. EORTH SlDJoP StlTE .Ague ; MecbankIugeuiuity'and Industry,will be held at ,.. '"'

taJ" "Wtefe it_fa made the duty of erery one in Cl1'.f P.T.1. TOX.S. ( I A Safe aad certain cure for Chills and Yeein the new Hill!, now being erected on Meetror street .abI.. tewa.1Iaa..r 11ta.4..1" .' <:JfP- ..,rTbme1hesa.cudaayvuaciNt.VsFs .. ere I.
jraMid I1n IUnee. no one wishes to make in the city Charleston,eonnnpncinr,on Wecmc1ay.1heFDTEEl.THliOJ"EJBEll1a'fJdeantiDa _
abate .3 Jl.-.All DI"r kftfor Grid nQ Itprompdj .rA-all its complicated forma; also an effectual i"
fciBjtdf a mark for lands and libel and, perhaps ;;. remedy for fevers of every description. Price 75 11114 .mn*die yw.w. aiver.tie : _,_ ,. .. ..} 4
fiyreth5Mtipn until 2th day horcmber. rw...well.. .
personal attack. Bat there is obvious reason J. CAMPSES.Tnt.. cents. j open r rnJeliyr* pmaM* dealer* .. "' ,. -
of ELLEEHOE6T. p.. Suitable premiums 'will be given to the best rpecimens every .hr' : .
tjfignsble, wny.the ordinary method panned in n-r Dr in Art, .Mechanism, and other branches of T. IUC lIlT.T.AN '-.=,''-l._

trader other councils Champion'sVEGETABLE! Industry also of Cotton
(jfjuer yeart abating public Rice Sugar, Tobacco, JacksonTilleFta..j .
iraisaMea aboold be laid aside and the harden JOHX T. HOWtAyp. JOHS' T.KOWLIXD. *B. Com Wheat, Bye,Oats, Potatoes, and other Agricultural jRa 5-i- .1J6.r.. ro. <. z
: .-&; co. products '
of the responsibnity thrown upon the informer or General Com'a and ShIpping Iercbantz, The Ladies, to whom the Institute has been so PILLS.To :

Iniftme-Dernn$ who have pubjie spirit enoughto n4 SA.V A. NAH;GA. .L.A .NTI-BTLTOUB.Cathartic Pills AntvT possessing>y pepticTurifviDg four important and much indebted are respectfully informed that suitable the CitiaeM of On Halted AatweI $ lO CltaUeqe! I

eomplsia, before ordinance ten (10) out be carped HENRY F. WAKIXG combined properties Mme of Diseases premiums will provided by the Committee, D MC baby! and naeercly thank you for the in*- : .
cure carefully and:awarded to the best specimens in meiu*natraufe wbteta Ton have bwtowrt C -, ;:'
every department upon 111" -
Into effect in Trboe ale Dealer in Dry Goods, 161 and correctly) combined one article to assist Ladies''work. Fill. 1 lake hits Bpponantijr of slating that my .necsum .

ending; this eomrntmicatwn allow me to Bronghton st.,Savannah,Ga. the effect of another for the benefit of the Health The following special premiums are offered: wcraan Amtncan citizens,sad that I entertain .. IIobcnsack'8An : .i:'" -" "-- -. -.

once more from the t"nion re1'errecl to K7 Good Bold to Merchants only. nS-y Mankind. Price 25 cents.r. For the largest quantity of COCOONS raised on ansi r..n lively that vcneen. Amertc. uut die Ari.Ute JPOIt&.tS5'EVP-! 'f '
quote lea mpadl,. eo much *o that I oricinany ,
F. W. CORN WELL, vnu Feb. 171845. one plantation, not than ten bushels* Silver cnnpouaded niue Pills cxpm. y to nit JOBT e mate, srthl. fuundcd ,wWtinc-pttaetBle ea- .'"'-. _.
Dealer Pitcher or fSO. For the largest quantity of SPUN hatij.eOSSdtUog;and *** .f liviij tewadiftf pounded with purely vefBttUa sbsaeas. bcipeat. -
abcrft.11Je in Hardware. the
corporation tare delegated to them the Cutlery,and Edge We undersigned citizens of Belleville Illinois SILK the produce of any one plantation,not 1 Ie** t e..bbsb IDreelr.monc : wille, C'bn now f't sate Wbetk-*,and IIaa a.vtf _" c_ .
Tool of all kind hereby certify that we are personally acquain. than ten pound8-&SiI"PiPitcher or $30 Forthe gOfle5 by JpretDilNi. New York. : fail in tsrte WedIND aasiexist -. ",
law ordinances that
all "
poorer to pas may _n3-y 103 Bryan at.,SAVASNAI'!, GA. ted with Dr. Champion, of this place and have. best improved BRA ISLAND COTTON" GIN,' m THOMAS UOLLOWAT, whes this mmry Ii cuca. fro* taw laet .

a. ap iry and expedient for the good government been for several years. and have the utmost confi i some new principle superior to those now in general 33.eoraeur Ass "Nasa..Nnr York. that It M( only 4mm tfwn kw'reaMM* an a. -

of said Town and the preservation of the A. M.'DA.1fIGAVLT, dence m him as a Physician-_.that he is, in this use, or foranireal or important Impronlllent rURIRCATlON OF,THE BI.OOD ;. I.n'ER stlq lad uace wbfo-mijriaaia. .. ,'. '

besides duties Factor & Commission Mercbant, community and deservedly so; a popular Phvsitian. 1 thereon-a Gold JledaL For the best STALLION AND BIUOU3 COMPUAlSiT THE TArE WOUT. : .
public moralf f special they are required Tanderboret Wharf,Charleston,S. C. I -aSilver Cup. For the best MARSH TACKEY The ciUirn.or the Union raoer mock, frof .dls m. This worn to the aMat aifflotlt_ so haley fit. v 1';" -u 4- -
to do and perform all such other act or n3-6 We further eerli the Mverand thall."billh. hamna kndr. Jt paw ia aaiatoHl -
1.-that w*fat&*sedjjis Pills in i STALLION Silver Cup. For the best MARSH Ptnmar-Ii.'irurty tnr- re free Tuna Indeftaitc Icnctb.Sod becooJnj ao colled. .

teto as ahaQ seem necessary and bent adapted to \Vardlair, Walker & Burnudc our Cunilies for several years, and find themTo: be'TACKEY GEtDIXG SiI er Cup. For the beat the wear influesee fiat. The of the women dfvfrnctive.i< perhaps saudis the avm; hence h hi. in the intmtun sad sic, fcba* M krodae 'lh-'aH4.. .- -
the fanpTorement and general interest of the Town. Factor and Commission erch'ts a valuable, efficient and safe medicine for the cure pair of MARSh TACKEYS for draft a Silver nome in the worM.up to a certain period when,di.- \"hu.'.-ke.,wlR..b Ie the ea.e eC'my .. -
of diseases for which to UMr .
thev not beiiruag that ,
are recommended. That of .
For the best SUX-FLOWEK- rnatpraton km c
specimen lrr to lows ttM-ir
Cup. lwll '
r\nz und
CUARLI&TOA'.S.G.: ray many pod) Kxik -
to to the duties -
And were they neglect perform Will sell lone hhort Cotton or other they are in high repute fn this community, and of SEED OIL, not less than one g lon-a Silver Cup. while yet in the b...-, of life. Such nd *.il i. may do their origin from tho Tap Worm; rrmaxiacaUi tker :- .
or staple the
thas required of them, they would be liable to indictment produce: -will buy I'upplietl for those, who any Send us the'celebrity aud good effects of the Pills we have 'or the beat CASH.MEBE BAM-a Silver Cup.- he effectually remedied by continually! krepiiif UM Uo am ewbnare DM aifhcte4 proper medtehtr"till ibis Ibnlll1r---awfal! file to '' ,Y ; -_ :
heard much from this and the various other blood and the I fionim-b in keaJ-k. ,.
therefor. produce free comiiussion."W. States For the best CASHMERE EWE-a Silver Cup.- pure allralUoY.r- I the me af DoJ' Warn 8jna aa4 Lives' '_ '" ,-1 ,.
in which ton.whim tif i'l
they are so extensivelv used. We think For the best three-quarter blood CASHMERE KID "noothI1.and resemble plaiiuin l'lllLThet'yrup 14 be, ukm m dow .f two .
I remain gentlemen, A.WAttDL-iir of Ahbcvnie S.C. them worthy high recommendation. Silver Cup. For the best BAM-a Silver a cony enml elmewbtre au eietnal .prinj ipprkr* iiporm'bl,three fines. *-. Tnen rake front** 19tirtn '. -
I -.5 Cup.
Yours rwpectftillr, G..> .LKEB\BrKXsiDE Hamburg,S. C. vr. r. BOTACIX, pastor of the s't duTHOS. For the best UOAB-a Silver Cup. For the inTention to frame reijn.and As the it dumuon rrear,of we life preservation, inU'-h may or be th e hutnaa of m) User Fill, to dmlodxr aad pM UM ,>.._ .
ISAAC Intendant Jrffrnttf4. O. Dcvoll and R. O. Levis Pa- HARRiSOn Minister of the eCcead IS am- fiy Mnctryfo-lnwibf then directioMiJM--c .
I SWART n. a. ch., of a suitable Machine for pulverizing Red Pepper and I my fearUtuty ibm health Md hfeaD be pm- : ." Worm be -;
ofTap t speedily
t JACKSOVTILLS: July 18th, 1'' latka, Fla-_n3yL. JOHX KETSOLDS EX.GOV. of llLwii. -a Gold M-dal.: For the"best STEAM EXULNEn lonced for many ytara beyond thnr on'invy: mnru aHollowny < can tmmt -
Mccuxnc cl'k of co. coin's court. Gold) For the best Model of an improved nils are taken to purity the blond itrcordin; .I );OR STOMACH WOBM -. .{
nopctxg: jxo. R. nrnsos 7 all
of Councilman Ward seconded by worm ia usuatty found ia the
motion small
On Jotne D. wrens, probate just'ce.KICEAKD STEAM FIRE EVGIXE Gold MedaL ror the to the rules laid dtnrn fur health eoauiiied la the directions iatotta '-
Jolly J. comae, -w. It. FLEXL"G.. which each box. and u the worn moat common to children. Yet M Snot -
Councilman \vniiam HOPKINS HUDSON & CO. BAT, Recorder st clair county. best ESSAY on Southern Grasses-Kuffln Prize accompany entirely confined ia them,a*adalt have frMraeatly -

RetntrtA That the bills of Ti. Dorman and Jfe- Factors w. c. KISXET, cl'fc of st. clair c't. court. Silver Pitcher. For the best Specimen of American Case of weakness and debility, often been known la sutler with tlien_ Tko Ta>ptoaM w>at -
and Comuiiss'nAecommudation iY1erch'ti
AXES xrrcHEU, post Master.u SCULPTURE Silver Pitcher. vears' standing prominent. while alfecmi with ibis worm,aio kardani .
Mclntosb lie until the suit is decided.A :
Queen Whirf Charleston S. C. D. HOMUSOV Rep. in the Legislature. The Directors of the Institute take great pleaiure cum Bt and al: _nlf the belly>ljMr M., *of Iller ?. -. '.- -

bill was presented by the Marshal which was 'S. SETH CABTUS, Sep. in the state senate. n stating to the public that by the liberality of the HOLI.O\VAY I'1UL towels ptckin;at the_ bluiab iu ak aader. :,
of Lttier from
hUDSON. FLE.UEtG 4' CO. Copy a Cap'.Ioblt Johmon Ailorllou ,-c, :(. If you or any .f your children turn --- -
referred to the Street Committee of the lower end Factors &c. L. D. CABAXXE, propricVir of steam nil!. State and city to this Institute, thE have now in ,New York, dauid J Ja.5, 1UM. '.," tbe above tymnumw. HdBLX.-'ACKI* UOBM any 0T.s r 'j'

of the Town. N. B.-Beware of counterfeits: -there are no I course of erection to be completed the 1st of To Profr ,or Hottowir: M KUP can wfrly depended npofu 11 y mflaf It yos s-- .., -
n5-r fo. 94 Bav street! Savannah, On.1V2. CliampioL'a Pills made any where but in Belleville July next and in ample time for the approaching Sir-It m with the mort h, rtfelt plenum- tours to have a rertain, 'Ire. and speedy care; and If. after 1' '---
Treasurer shows balance in his favor of -
The a Ii. RYAN, Illinois. All those purchased in the Eastern Cities Fair a Urge, commodious and elegant building. inform you tlntaJ have brn rcMtued to Jieslih and I ming it according to the ditectioaa the patient _' ._
twwity ((2") dollar The Marshal also, made his purporting to be in its main Hall nn-nsih by takrrc your Till. For the last tn yea>. I Iinflerrd rotorrd to hra.w..d ite worm ib<_(iil; erad_" .-i : -
Cotton Factor & Gen'l Com'n Merchant, Chnmrion' Pills are counterfeit capable holding 3,5W :: (mat a der4nemrut ofthe Livrrand Stoinnc, from toe.,.klD. can ml
retain; and the balance against him remains un nS-y Boyce Co.'it Wharf Charleston. P. C. and worthless. sold bv men travel and also in connection with it a very well adapted aol was reduced to such an extremity tlmt 1 gave up ) n.youi2 Uje erjve you At fur assured till, there there U m au n rcn4l .o- '-' .' -
determined. lug with and selling the Mexican Mustang Liniment and spacious Machine Room, which will enable the my!hip, never expecting. logo tnirn nTlum I Pad word a.-laIr.l w ilU th*<- who eve 11I7 worm Pyrwp. -'

.. < ADAMS & FROST, ore counterfeit. There are none genuine except Institute to furnish sufficient power fur any kind tricil ever> remei.y thai wn r!ninmciidtd tii R1f, hot ASC.AUIIlEd, OR-! '\I.L TiiKCAO ,OEM?. i.- 1-
Factors and Commission Merchant all'o no ,and had given lOr-elf..p to tienpur. ; :
those deposited and sold of machinery that mar be offered for exhibition. purpose "
Orleans for by our regular Tlirm worms, to which the homnn -
The steam from Xew to .
ship Pampero system liable :-
ADGEa's when I wj at last rmsMuiuendeJ to tl\k. roar tiUt. .
Traveling Agents who carry with them other Every attention be paid to all arUcIt* sent areiUemootraabIeomeofafl other .
Xew York baa into Lewes DeL short of coat Will the ale of After u.inz iTem ilirce munilw, the result: M liixt I Ian Titry iv,en- r
to Cotton
put :. particuUr'attcnttitn: medicines, but the genuine Champion Pilla, manu for cxh.b-tion.: now in beTter health than I but bm>n fur PV"D| vraily to be 5irmd in the .ellU. .lUod if alU.wni tor '
-a. and other produce, and the purchase of family factured in Belleville Illino Zl. All articles entered &r premiums must be sent 'ear, p.ut, aid Intle"d imie'l *a ever I was in mails,from the trrHaliuD Hi'-J |ir.Miuce, lay the foand- -
About 5
of lumber from the St Johns River. business makes them think thc'mll be able to THOMAS MCIrLL..x.Jacksom"ille directed t<>care of the Clerk of South Carolina the bf nent of other. bowels(-KitandNifeM and other ui'dlictnalraji.!eiwjji>meii i of the.,ims. Tk. ; .- -
give satisfaction to thoe who favor them with I'otl "t"etfglT. : be a ed i* UUBEN- ; .
1. may Institute Charleston. Articles miy be sent tACK'OEM: \Ktp.. riach U the .
The grand Jury Boston have found a true biil their patronn, and they offer their sexvices to the Fla. after that day for exhibition onFi-. Contributors to (Signrd) J >H\ JullVrfOV.Time "fmy >!lcaietn.-.over A..rseWe'ithail utmwhtii.power defy any i > -

against the recent flare riotor Planters and Merchants bf East Florida. D. MILKY the Fair lll'ftl'l'i'nectfuUrequetefl to send ful! descriptions celebrated the Till following ire wondvrftiffy complaints. : .1fi'-KioUII in one to a'-where my U urn-yr>p and .. ..t. ,

i _n3-t ETThEL L.ADAM4._ E._IT.-FROST.AV. .__ of the"articles,and such general informs- Api<* DrnjHV Jut animation Pills are rernmmfiniied to be east, tttat lacy win ant _-i

.-& J. E. ADGUK Traveling agent. tion as may be of use to the Judges, and suitable Amhina Dyt-nfrr, Jaun>Ii"-elli'HMif cure. All that i* uecwary t* IIXMT.iynp according -
to din m sad i.
L. I. rLEY1LG July 2:, 191. far l'ulJ1i *tion. Address romp'.ts: Krywprla: *, 1.I."r"omlblnl ClUe a araii* .
of Hardware mve in rder .
Importers Cutlery, Cons pur; required In sPay the tmiatloa dIeT .
LlI.'t'-lie.ou e.nalr I
03a J.3 OF INSTITUTE t Irreg. 1.lImha osktn
jj ic., r..od..he I Cwi-r i'llln' by their ynipathMt BenoB ; -' .
? : JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Sa. 54 Cmt Lay soar the rust OtRft, Cuarlttton, A DMIXM-RATIOX NOTICE.-By virtue of May 15. jyCf Charleston :0. Ca. Tliolici FlU u'antlri! Fever H wel ofa'l c..mplain''! km U, nnd bealihy oppRition upon the bowtla, ia the moat "''- :
Jmiv JriL an orfler of the Hon.Felix pleas&nt Mrdmn-tint can be la rn.HOBENS t
Livingston Judgeof PiiRlMumnthm.. Cnnatipatwa of the :4 : '
-- Keep constantly on hand a full and complete a, .
aortment of Hardware and Plantation: Tools. n.Vvrvs Probate fur Dnval county, on the 4th dny of Sep Gout KofniionorUitf. Bowt"! :ICE'S L1VEB PfLLP.N'o ::
Tailoring.rpnOMAS tember next ill! be otl' red P,r dale before the Court FLORIDA Con-inirption I rin" HeadacheScroful part nf thyi>wni ,more liable to dueaM thaa _

: A>DBEUwell known to be MATIILSON. SIIO & co., House door in the town Jacksonville, the following *,or P.bili.y, ln.Iiie'tnn the l.ivf,it!*mR IIul.i..cI.ith nanteKWi blood-v.a.. _.
cpereneed King's :\il 'orr Ttonatt! .MOIM :m1 Grllyel 5v nd us-va-es, and if diseased ,
and all the Weed ofcoaraai
and real
Grocery Com'n Merchants personal estate to th
J. in Cutting and Making informs the citi- belonging ? JR7VflORK. .'Ire,. Venn atfrrtioiuVor H nf all kiiidt, thnxith all p-irt orpine b.idT, -
3><'. 14 Eaxt liaj CkarkufoH ehtate of the late John A. Jones deceased for the prodVceUvcrniuu
trtis of Jacksonville and thi."icinitv thnt he has I..rflnt1Ory'Ie) Doiiloureni Ton.ou, Jaundice, Humus afrcrtioui -
Djtpe .
rumored to May street,east of B., Bigg foundry, X. P. HATBEbO.V. K. L. SIXO.NS. BEIKiWICS EIVONS. payment of the debts of said estate, Tin w.- meGS & co."JACKSoyv'tLLr.: FA. ( gpnptnun Weakncai. from whatever cut". ie.oi &C.5i.. -
where ko i i. nov ready t> receive all orders n\: One negro woman about .ixtv vears of age; at th" t9MMu>bmrnt of 'lra.or Hotloway.2U UVCR COMPLAINT -
that are entrusted to him. He warrants all suits S. S. FARRAR & I2RO& S. 4 of :;. a-:, T. 1, R. 2i; :Ds are now prepared to execute promptly orders -:rnd, neiiTrmp! liar, I.onon! and lv all Y"- I-i- ..ltl'nd.dih chill, succeeded fay fever, .esor' I

be fitted and made in neat X. U of Sec. 36, T. 1. R. 2T, C4-1 lICTl''j; forSteam den of ni"'i!<.in'' thnMijhitut the Called Male, Inboie : pains! in the.giron of ih. Liver, JI.IIiun.. iI -
to -
as a .
n'.,B7 rnrit-and$1 50 each. I )'elio'.v! furred (t'ii.gfle pulr*full and bonndivf .
in United States. % 24. 1. 23;, S. & E., 1GO acres ? Mills ,lite. .
other the Engines a\v Snjrar
a*at any place ; \\ hole' ".ilr. hv the principal Druir houses nf the la ih"sate tnrreased by should '. .
the left
East GtarUJon
Xo. 172 A f. prwware; lobe -
Day S. E. of E
}i X. % of Sec. 10 T. 2 R. 24 S. & E. I
wIll be done ..
and .
Jjft Cutting repairing cleaning Cnion; iin.i Ny Mers. A. II. & I) iMnJi, New Vor' I beehr-iedtiepnia M .generally toe left lmiMai, .
n -T Mills! and Pan Grist Mills Horse '
at tUe shortest Dotlce..Jamville 4) acres; ; Note.-There in a considerable paring by t.ikiug toe 'wltha .!rtiryeou2htbe! fcm beconiatt of aaaltow '

October IMaTWa.: SAMUEL C. DUNN & CO. X. X. E. X and R W. )(of S. W. };. 8. t T. Powers Iron and Brass Castinjrs liner itizra. p-MKHCt', MBd lieS Mnoto rla -co oted. This daMav -
1. It. 2::. X. ;f N. W. 1. and So W. 7.f X. W. N. R.-Iireetinnaforth. euklanreopatier.tsin tve- ran be eared by tbeaw of HuBENSACK'S LIVEK .
FOR RENT Wholesale Clothing House }, nnd S. W'. ( of X. E. } and ,. W.'ofS. K and cvorr variety of Machinery. Casting, Toriup ?- rjiii. ird'r;'r- ntfitrd toeaoh box. P1 .!..they act directly upon the Mat of the e i- ;- -- -t

T *"l tITllEU Rooms in or the House entire ST hey tn Xfu 1'orl-20 Ihynt zL, Cluwlfeton.WJLMANS U of S. 27, T. 1, R. 25. S. yt of S. W. ) of S./2:1. -. and lllack T. T. MCMILLAN all the corrupt and vitiated matter froin tile ...
I I t n3-v 2. II.. 2G.-0 acres. and other repairing1. m -
the comerof Laura and streets
n Furtytk firS Lot ,0. 4, S. 2, T. 2, R. 25.-J7 acres. They Tvili l"'Dtinllthe mannfartTire: aid keep Hall. DYSPEPSIA 3- ---

t owned Urmsti by lira. Bobkm. Apply at this office frf & PRICE, Int.oI N4m. 2, 3 and 4, of S. 21, T. 1, It. 2!;. "iii-.Mntlv "n iod. their variety of PLOWS, je23y_Apothecary The. symptoms of Dy.pep.ia, and to various H*. _: -- -

Julys Importers and Dealers in Foreign and Domestic S. V.'ofN. E.3ufS.4T. 2, R. 25E.3; of TlMBEli" CARTS, CHAINS, &., to which they .3 ft,are d.zunew: in the heady hrirthnrn \| a inaiilercsiiue :'

Jacksonville & Alligator Plank Road Hardware, Cutlery, Guns and X.. E. X and S. E./3 of S. E. 31 S. 1 5. T. \, R. pectfirly; invir* patronage. jvlJy-' IIICE Wild ChCi'l'Y &c.[ and Munrtime meals. Koarnea general*laniraor ut.iDll'Jota of the tb whole.atomack.body. ";,' -- .-. -
Pistols.ZZTXyn .
2.5 W. of K. W. & ,.-
X S. 14, T. 1. R. ,. From tide it will brM-entbiH the disease owe ita.O .
I Company. / tie GoUca. '".}, X. 24 ILiyMutrrft All of the afui-esaiJ tracts of land situate in Du- Jacksonville & Alligator Plank Road COUGH ANDY. to a rfiaonaniztd state oftbe Liver and htomack.lIOBENdACK'S j' .

Clturltemf& C. n3- val County.Terms LIVER FILLS to the Hedl- "
very -
A!?' Election for nine Directors of this Armpany uiade kno\rn on'.iv of sale. Company. A GREEACLE to the taste and war- chic to efiect a permanent and lasting can,as they met /-

I. hereby ordered to be held at Jacksonville, NELSON CARTER POLtY ANN JONES Treasurer oft!'."' Compnny; i i"row prepared ranted,If usedaceoriJinee*the direction ,which are "y cbanjine the certain moibid acttou of tile. v .

on the twenty-first day August next. Wholesale Druggist, &c. &c. Adiuiiiixtratrix., THE receive the Ht jojid and third instalments upon pimple.III cure all row of I ijourha and Cold, which into a healthy action,and reodennf the blood ywa. -

By order of the Board; 17 HAYXEST, CIIAKLLTOX SIGYOF TIlE J. P. S.L 1JE1S0X. the stock ofthe Company,each of 20 ncr c it.GLO.'W.CALL are within the risen nf nay Jiedieme, betfcir afforif- TO FEMALE. .
GEO. W. CALL LARGE YELLO II" MORTAL' March :\ 1S4. jn22d : jut relief in casey of (' .|>. A hu.a. Catarrh and Ton will End thetc Pill an invaluable Medicine Im 9- "

July l, 1S.: :-td Secretary TTJifrf Jte i* urpartd to txfitiit; a lartjf Stori rf Attorney. ( r.uctu'iPn4 being one ot/lie most useful mediCInes many OMnpiamu to which you are .obJet',ia abeumtiuna # .- -
PAiL in the early i.i je o( coiiPULlitiou. .either total or partial, they have keen found tfnniimahlv I* -s*
lruy,3I'JtfiutItmyiittJ Fumlturf, Final Notice.THE Mr. Kicr. in !Iartn! this f rticlc before the public, brnefitin rrelonef and purifying he Weed *> !& *
Sale of the Steamer Hancock. S" 'l ual InttruiiKtd, lyc ..:'tjj", J'trJuiHwi, cl-.imHiui*
milE STEAMER HANTO'IC will be sold at .'IO?, IFiH do'r GUi r, 1"ltt.1d'c.. ti-c. vJi-fJtit) suWribtr dssires! that those who ar:ir- For Rent. medicine hitherto nnknnw ,nr tnrawn only an cepn- arise trom female rrrrsnrariUe aa Deadacbefcnt. .41.ea '7 3fc

1. Henderson's Wharf Pulatka,on the 1st day of lff r. at tJif /'.irtft Mariet l'r c '. Jf.-r'-Ulntll. ) - .pain 10 Ute side,:."e. Tneae rifhi ate the *
open fore lOr their hene f lal! effects. Nor dn be only tat and effectual remedy to cure tile MV
of l'u"i, ,; nJl.wJ In' rt.pfu1j i..r.itIJd count will forward aDd settle r'.1. of F. C. BA RIICTT..f Iho full > Awcnft next. Enquire come by the l--t Scjtnibt.T hi 'micti has the approval of the"ep- Gout >erfoa._ Melaaeborr Hick .
liver ihst: :) Oiidv .- -
to'ol.l and tjizmit 1 i Mud'QIJ '
July :-d tUpt hENRY HEXDEBSON. ti'i.4 'Ji1l' or they will indiscriminately be put intoSuit. une _'-., sj4" tirt 1\1"".,. Faculty.or ha,.e.-n lecoinnKtuled by tile fIeadarhrGif4ine.sRbemaijamdiguetaji..a, -
prdth4ieg. e'orJ rf. CrouJt cjrffuHy JM1fL "mofl rnliehfned pJiyicUrwn:" but he would merely I It: immneM of Sight,or in bet any of the dinaeaa Ikat -

BUILDING LOTS All itrti. It* trarrttnU' u"-v I calculato to pay ny debts as a pruic'p'c: of r'cr Sent. .IMP,that h.1vinlr hi.naelfaiJlcrrd severely frum bronihial i are from affecU'HU or the Liver imponty eI '' "_
honor. atli-ctions, aceotnpauiTj by coozhing ant night I Blood,01 couiiipaaon of the Bowel .

sal.,, in the western mhnrbs of Jacbon me. IV. II. REACH, This notice is particularly! directed: to those ,' V nall.D\tJim! ll"ui", on moderate pweaU he appU'nt tonuv Jt the Faculty, a time prescription MEDICAL EVIDENCE. '. .",;"< : '
FOR and Wholesale Dealer in persoti'S ft.-:;I t r1li. It i. s.taiftJ; in the western subnb nffmrted sm-h ,pe'zty relief and vaulted in .- ''
Importer We the
tow.a u.31.I Ueed,or J. McRobert who hive been aud are in the habit when nndemsaed; pbyaiciaa, kavtaf bad Ike n- :. .
a Jj; of the tflwn, oa the tract owned by inch red curs, that Iter wa inclined to obtain a of their
Baker. 4 r2oEis: RiitHuy:*; TRIXULXITS, nowER1 l'b sIClan'l bill: I l'Iipt minaracture SUbMitted to as let laap.s- $(1' :
presented of not paying, (exceptby : TL' nf ground of ttie reiiiiil and of the manner in
JOS. BAKER. 4tnFRE.WrAXU GERXASFAyfYG001 lT. Baker. re is over an acre knnwlrripe % ? hm, say that the irrfrednkn of which tbeyan_ -
FcbMy >\ XlLLISEliY GOOD GLOVES promises,)and then calling in other mdit"alllld :I attchP( Arply li C. DREW which tb'Y ruuht be- pr..pe4y rOInp"'lud"d with sliest, IMMM-d make.Stem lbs beat fin tn use for iRdlean.. '_ I

without any other cause than a djsire to defraud I July 1:,-tf. P.-publican Oilice. 10 tva them a e>mvenientand palatable' form, ucenMrhhi jf lae Liver,impontiee ot the Blood,fee. .t _- .;,. .- j-i: .
SAVANNAh & CHARLESTON' CARDS. HOSIERYA-c. 'AI*>- "the laborer of hU lure" To those I"n ouM nay, > ht. had the atoaetlon of Immistennc it GEORGE WooD..D. '. -"- !.

----- -- -- -- -- (loldandSiUerWatches and Jewelry, stay with your late choice/ trust thov will be onrertwinlly in many cases the insredu-nt*of w hichtliwrnDty F. CROWLEY, M.D., 'Iffi' 'H1t 2- .

"-ILEY. IL'fliS & CO.. ( :, '0.1\1 HATNE ST, CHAKLUiTOK.B. p;. Aniwng liononible persons, and in the c.odeof For Sale.A .- u' cinnti.aed, alione iurmleMi which and Wild Chi-ny be taken I* BO\VE.\kI.D. "
tilt prijierp p-rfrcrlj ,
are may '
.YO. 11 ILl TSE SK rilARLESTOX; & C, ,_. & J. P. FORCE & CO., metl'cal ethics, Pay one before you employ another ro.1 by all persons,,of alt age", kt all tnnej. Unlike many rurchese rmr bat tboae baying the auimoro ejf ,'.
4 'I. -
---- is the =iUl. I do not conipLuu. "On the very handsome buHdm; Lot, in sqmre nl the Cough I'ondir unvi Coffered Inr .ale.ptrrpnrtincto fi. UUJU:: .Ac.ii"ualloIhml"ontl ". .1't .
Leroy i.:. '"Hey & Co. Wholesale Dealers in Boots and Shoes contrary, having found out the debated principle B. (Xo. 5)) fronting on AJams Street ti.ur the I bv the product of pfolidinrt medical research, but iIllll.OII. : ,.-,, -, t

SO. KROADVrjiT r. SCW YORK.Jnpnrttrt 3-O. 211I.t1nST. ('JJ.1ILJ.'l'O8E : which has actuated such persons I could not InsIIEXBT residence of Doctor Hat.tridge. Terns ell T. which arc in reality the co*-Octtons of genuine Canny Ai-rnta wishing new>trpplie*.aad aB often. .\ '" t

--- -- .. M. FORCE JoaN P. FORCE. EESJT. COXLT.n.1 IJ/"on tIIpWI Apply to D. McCL E\. maker,tlu aiticle M not -f peeled to earall the"ills! 'o become Aznt*, nut ad.ire the aropnetar, J_. -.:'i: '
andJoUtrt in J.It'C16 and Auxrican v D. July 13, 1S54. tf Ikatfi-fli is beir 10." but IM peculiarly adapted lo the UU&EV.-*A\K.1 Laboratory \.130 HortkSew _
'it4I II.y G.Jt"k nOLLAXD.JacksonvUle few diwae abovemeDUua and instead of bein; ro..d.r..I..bnn Race, PHILADELPBIA. -' :., 'r 4:
ir rEils1AJcz.alio.a oi hos1 n3-6 OLIVER FARJU7I, July 2i), 1S03. t-pl .-oi.pure.lj.f the poorest qrfahty of .& ,infused with Sold by all CrugguuaadUercaaata ia tbe 0JMd v : :

Wholesale Groccrr, Liquor and Provision Notice. the extract ofhna--hoondiii il mae! (rom ".nr in ito States. aayV-y '. "fy.lf.i. .,".: ."-
Thai .cw and uplrndid .Hotel- Dealer, Notice. highest state of perfection Lnd contain well known -, -. < .
that the Steamer aid approved rerue THE BULLS HOUSE .YO.lag$ EASTJSAY: CJIARLrSTOK AX/ impression prevailing Philadelphia Medical HouseEa. .
will call fmih a *approval bora yon, which -w
undersigned of his has been withdrawn
trtcttd.,tkf Varntr fStteumdiiHifyan, land tf well '& ..StmkLI- THE having disposed entire permanently ;'ulanty in the Jtaltli-beu Dr. KIMUUX.rorneiof ,
Kftrntlj if.Jdti"9IlM Queen erelong shall: give it a po uuparalleled twenty year ajo by ..
It of Ulil' GOODS Mr.ISAAC from the Charleston line this is to inform the public .
quor and Grnrrrif*, vliieJi It nfer*for tula 1,_. to ROBERTS, bi.tory of no iruni". j Third aid l/niontreeaB, lwee 8ynagaM ".; .. .
C9 Urd,,from tire UuvRirg carefully atul promptlyatt'ndtd takes pleasure in recommending him to all his former that'she has been only tempororiiy laid up for frit'f 22 cent per packa-r. Pine, !:! ; :
aa: ut O ca Fa.IffVALIDS .
ox cs SB IE ao.0 ca and who and will the fine in a few '', i," Mmo."
to. i friends patrons are desirous of obtaining repair be upon again Each c.nuiiie paekace .fura4hst1 i* ttylf not tfc JtJ out of tiieJfiaf Terms cash or city acceptance. epT-y good bargains for Cu h. ST Mr. R. will weeks. J. W. CAL'b WELL, bear on envelope the aif nature ofT.C. RlCESavannnhGa Are apprised that Dr. KiNKELPJ eoeflaea hafBtae- .. l;' : ,_ -
CJ''l' Turk contimiu *for the lice to a particular hrancli of Medieue.wkiebeaBea1vuoaa -" .
opr rdeefth keep no books. T. IUBTBIDUE. July 13.1954. Agent, Charleston. .ai :
"JJ.xz; TrartUiiui Pllhlk. 'M. ,1. TUNNO, July!, bs4. jjejbther papers in the East will copy two weeks. i Country merchants ran re npp'i'd by tIe box,each hi.nndivUed au.oo. He the IIIIIGrtaIMIa ::: '_... : -
: at o as. against the abuse Mii.ressy. Tbeeuaadaaratniercoriiilized _
T. 8. NICKER80W, box fonniningW paekageA $ : .k
Factor nnd Commission Ifferch't : "
,33-f-- ;_._Proprietor.Ji. (For Florida Prod uee,> Groceries. ," : i" $25 Reward. V ;i IHoiupUy ezungiubed.out of lite. Keeent afTrrtifaie a**). .- <\. .- .ot" '.; i

fc. nULL & CO. yO.S SOVfllERX1IAUF; \\ ; CHARLESTON.myiay subscriber about the 20ihJunemv i. C MPl.AmT _' < "'
ibJsale AX from the '
TJTSif T received per Lucretia nnd low I away TWENTY TEAM OP PUC'J'IC&t. :: -1In ) ..<
XlCllt nS1. 'Q : PIitJ. for Cash ""ffSfef negro GCORUEa house servant and % PSL\, Uit lolaelol diseases aokena*jec>*eV' ,. ".l. 4' fed '->

*- 183 UEETISG STREET JOSEPH \VIIILDE3T, I 5 backs Rio Coffee carpenter, lie about five feet eight inches high a and imperfectly nndenuood ba enahUiJ Or. THf- .. :

Rear Charleston Hotel, Charleston.A. Dealer in Paints OilsGlaMandShip f Java Hiffee superior article: little bow-legged, very black complexion, wears a Jaundice, Chronib or Nervous De- KEL1:,.aothor of a Work on 1eIt.0'. '--

3 barrels RecPfiedTiiskev small ring in one of hfs cars, and is very intelligent.Any , Chandlery, I oral!and com-titounoa weakne pSycitsi "
X. HULL n3 y"D.. T. .JlLl llD. 5S Old Monon : information concerning him wilt be thankfully ,neataj sad ..: :;. : _', -*,
XO. YOPPVlTErLAXTERXAXI 183S tracraWo babiu foraiia .
WXEASTnA -'- all from tufferiiin are te-ecrtaia 161 ': ik O" :
d. Diseafcs arising a
Chamberlain Miler &Co >MECIIAX1C&'B -, CHARLESTON.He 1 ** Superior White Wine Vinegar received and the above reward 'll'illbe paid to anyone 51051 secret yet deadly and fatal *pnaf* *f ioa* ,. .., ,o { _
Itfp tfmxtanlly alt a ijftteral amorfnitnt/ 1 Linseed Oil, who will lodge him in jail to that I get him;or ; isordered.Liver or Stomach: misery and premature mortality. .." : :, l,j

Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods.U3MEETLYG I'alntted Oil all litul. Window Gi lid 1 Sperm will deliver him: ,to me at St Augustine,or to Mr. !' Bbeh an Cooitipauonllnward Pile, Fullness ot TAKE rARTICULAft IfOTICL 1. ,;>. '-t I' :;

STREET. OP. IIAYXE STCHARLESTON. 1'ahes, SpirU tf if Tarpeniiif (hshen', Spirit 8 trubhed Sugar, Jno. 31. Begjrs, ct Orange Mills on the St. Johns, : Blood to the Head. Aciiiyof tile l ".KaD ea, There i itJ an evil habit sometimes Indulged ia 17 : :
boy..IR solitude, often rowing up with them to **n. .,, : .
and all reasonable expenses paid in case delivery. Hartborn li.-un Bur Fu-.Tl, Fullness or Weight in the 1fI J'' :
Gat TaUtM, {rrtaJtimtiCurJaytt Chain Pump*, 6 ** Ko. 1 Soap E.G. Y.\YS. tomacb.foar EructauoAi Finking or Flattering at hood, and which if cot reformed in d.....' '. .. .. .. f', a.

113-1' Cation loot-Gin Future Glue Packing Yarn, 6 Champagne G&tr St. 13th 1854. m23 tf the pit of the Stomach, qwimminsof the llrad, Hnr- B.>eet. emcee obmackr to uUruMmia kappt.ebst ..., ;'It,, !. ..
ad Jirvthtt of runout Liitdn._dS-y 6 (.laret. "$t. Estephe" Augustine,Jnly fled and Difficult Breal nc. Flnuenns of the Heart pve.rise in a series of protracted, nidiajaa4 *evastatinK :. .. -j
CA'IEROX, ircoc & CO. 8 Old Otard Brandy, Choklof. or guffiicann iiaiiou when in a lyins posture aflrctionft- Few of the,. wbo gtva way H i .

Importers of China, Glassand Earthenware E. H. LANE : M Old Madeira, BROUGHT to jail on the 23d instant, a negro mnmesa vision, lot{ *or Webs before Uw Sight, this pernicious find practice are aware of the- .uac<*. .:;" '._
his in and that he until they the nervous eyUBB shattered fact -
6 Chemical Sperm Candles Ram name April. Fever and dull Fain m til* Head,Deficiency of Fcnptratinn.velownerof : .
Books 2 Green Tea ""Hnrricane belongs to John Demere of Hamilton County.- ( tJaefikin and Eie ,Paia in the strange and" nnaceuuaiable f.elilll._ .aid. rtftt. fean- In't', '-- .:' .

145 jtrmyg STREET CJLLRLESTOX.WX.WUB Stationery, 2 Oolong Sea Witch," Said boy b of black complexion, about 5 feet, 6 inches ide. back rhwt Hiab (c.,:odden Fhube of Heat themind Tbe unf irtonxte thus affret'd beeoBMefeeble' ,-,. -.- _,''-. :':.-jo" &.- ,.. ,
Bumine ui the Flub, enl -t.nt ImajirJnjs of evil andDE.nOOFIiAlS'S ."
-S.- 2 Coil Manila Hope. high and 22 years old. lola or.itlt kcuftomedVJtOJ'ClPt.ppI, ... ;. $" SsTudy.
... AND FANCY GOODS nr ;h'
P. x. a&cz.Jrw d..I..n "pin'
eut&os great ,
July! 20, 18.4. T. HARTRIDGE. The owner ia requested_ _come forward prove Y CREP JV Ills step U tardy ami weak,ke ia dsJkrea.- ; '.-
Supply fbvat", 1rrOS vl& Geod..ttxi ATXUXREJt 5 JIATXE STREET property pay charges and take him away. lute,and engage in nU spelt wilk.leeatiaual. easi. ',' '.s-: ";'

.lit a u*Line JfatefiH th4yn buy iStie York To the Public. JAMES VISZAXT, A/iZor. CELEBRATED .jirrka'eBranctpnte J. .
CH.IJ.RLB S TO him ir before the '.- t
fI'adIee" ;
dtrnlrrt.ROOSEVELT : <' .
or l13-y Jacksonville June 2 18.i4. GERMAN BITTERS, .: "t ,
.. doBH*wor .%cl enter maBimonjbto avirruf* .ti' :
,HYDE & CLARK has a Good Stock of r Ollt undersigned, successors to HEXBT TIVA- Prepared by lir. C. M. Jackson Bofrnlrfiil,.ml bu tease teUs bin thai tb.ia eaaeed ky "-". '. >' .;- ';' :

bca- 3XEDICAL WORKS L. No. 8 Ilohneb have in store to jail on the 23d instant, negro bveBrlyfollie- :, .;. _:11;
Direct Importers and Wholesale xrs, Building BROUGHT Arch street Philadelphia. kta,eiMiue :
i and who says he belongs to John No. 120t Tbe earo e lers in HardW'are CntleryGnns&c. To which the attention of Medical Gentlemen and for sale, Demere, of Hamilton County. He is of a black tteniiun of Ihuuruillriy..m".d-. ,t;:>.' ";E' .

throughout United States U respectfully invited. A General Assortment of 5 feet 6 or 1 inches and 35 Theirpnwer nest the nfrove Ci ea e%i* not eiell( d,, 'JHAKEUARBrrqairr ._,., _,_ ?.-" &
19 XEETLXff KTREET complexion high, yearsof equalled, by any otlur .preparation ia rbe United *tne foUai! !t of prveraT rawlitfrm*. Menu. ; 'r'; '> E'. :"f-r .
"', Opt the cMPrkatoxkt4 WILL mscwva oKDBJt ron Merchandize age. ftate the rare ateA, iu man;ewe after ..r.urulphy.idall" that ft may te. tatty Ae XM B.<>( JBUIM ka f'l't; < : ,t' ,
CltARLESTO.V 8. C.Manufacturers a3-y tkA The owner is requested to come forward prove bad lailrd. could the yell wfti-h.twv re tfie onera tiumeatfo .r ? ? ?:;.
Which will be old to the Profession at Philadelphia (bnll tfng;01 Dry Goods Groceries Provisions, property, pay charges,and take him awar. Tben bitter are wor the attention or in valid*., wn-tebetlBne..n".d,and na mte emievia every toQ. 'I'01 1': f
how ,.
1osoocI. tn many n ,
and and VlXZAST' JlJiJmo. the rerti-ati of Diwawi I jlaiK-d : .
noseD & FT.'F.ftll'G Hardware Cutlery, CVockery Glassware, JAMES PoMMint treat virtue i> ""
prices or on a credit to approved *a pur and Boots and and le..eande; Etrrci-inf the macs physical qa\UIie.tlnII. dJa&pf: .1f.J
Mats ftpa: Shoes Saddlery and a Jacksonville, June 29, ISM. of tbe t.iwr
1It wtlB 't' .j$ .
of.Steam-refined Chucra.An large assortment of Book and and all carrbmc power in wealn n ant aJcctiomof 1 pwntownMl Apply Jet e... .,
A* Awovnmr OP Stationery, they areinillialt&e, ecn and pica lo have your uintmnf an4 reiaxed.orgaaizaaoa..reI -. ,': . '
CJ.fJ..lI..n 1S MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS. other articles suited to the trade; to which they invite BOUGHT to jail on the 23d instant a negro *euve organs' b 1C'd.rnivlft"d an4 otre llttMo""d. I__ :_,-. '
f' aant 1RC.VD i 4 .
the attention of the public and ask them to i by the nameof Sharper-the property of John 'AXDlnE COKVINfTD.TenUBJ'mjr BEtEMftER. '}' .-- '. -

Sugar Plums Lozenges, Bock Candy, call and.examine their stock before.purchasing Demere of Hamilton county, as he says-of black from Al.t>Jna in favor of Tir.Hoofland'i I Re who places himself : ii,. Kiakelia**Iretfawat. -._ .' JII

kc.&c.a Pork Corn, &c. elsewhere as they tatter themselves that they can complexion feet, 6 or 7 inches high. and about celebrated German fljt, prepared knows*J Dr.remedji C. M.Jackiou. and may rrly religiously upon tti reside.aMiiranpe in tre tbattbeseeteuar koeur u a faettteaaaa Or.K.%, ,. -r i'1iW c', -f'.J..S'. '." _' '

lJ"'Q' sell as low as any one else for cash or country I 4'') Tears of Pblladelpbia.The greatest be dwdoeeaVYoonf -
; STREET CBAELESTOX.jn VUST received at the old stand- age. : Janaoice, >..ervoUebilityDweeoftbe.idi .,I eatH-BU will evei S' ._. "
barrel Me Pork produce.J. the owner u requested to come forward, prove for Liver t'emplaHiu .pcJlt'IA. man-If t no tal" modesty deter fOIl frana /: ,.
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B ie.iC.
!.jn miiy; Lotto* P1.tMl. 8 barrels Prime Pork, '. IL BtmTO. .J) PL W. GBAVES.K. property pay charge and take him awa-.' I+kaon-'n. i'lIIndri.e)*, AJa., September30- making ynureaae known to one who, fr_ ed1InIia i. ,." '-,"4
bcfneiid '
JAMES VLNZAZ .Jauq "We have liken to introduce yam and nvpeeu'Mlity.raa ecrtaraly veev. ', '.
500 bushels Corn R-Y. W. GRAvis would inform 1853 aid: pain
rmpectfully -
Ton will al
thtaktoey eone
: valnabta"STlCbimm. p many
P1; t.-,Window Shadot and 100 barrel Flour, the public that bo atill continues the Jacksonville, June 29. IBM German Bitten and we J'Bad U a very<, own I wrt vn4 rare Umaarlvee. .4.d.'l."t. > ., .,'. -;. .,'".

10 tack Flour. I> Business lieu .ante, AJa.'J..UI1 3SV 15511aaid.'Yoar .I this a fatal dflimon,end bow many a ameaMacyeua;. ; : }"'" ;. .J: i' .:'
g and 100 bale Eastern Hay agnerrcan NOTICE is hereby given to'all creditors heirs .edielaq must eventually baft Ia'I' fu' Been aa oraajaeai sauocMty-_ '. ".' '
'=wareU 8 firkins New Butter. one door tctst of Dr'II. D. .nolltiM'uwi.Jnu,. and all others interested in the ute all tb1.e who e44 it ia the fall Iw..t it vail, burilde&/.frotttllwetrUal -- --S t: .. ': ti:

.rue 22 18M. -, &N.."WILLIAMS.Notice. .1 Jacksonville July SO, 1854.. estate of Ferebea Thigpin late bf Putnam county IIlllCh.; The people baie bees'lICit deceived bore bJ't"I.lrlUn1Io.tI'eDl'f'tba.areft1lldlJ.h'' .I.r. .., : J.
"Wholesale an4 Betatt 1'1'I King st six months from aod that .5ht5 LbS HIe 01 r implication e1 a new tbmpearJnracmt,mad ashy by .-. -.
.. of .t
,, the expiration trifling potent EOetTnfllV. c ... <_ :1'
IIeeomet I IIr.K. U f'.kandCoua DebiMly peopi..r .-. ., t. _
and win. t'-'I ,',II- .
:;: hrlestonSC. .' Springfield MiUs: the .ute hereof I will apply to,tha Court of Pro you wahn/sll flhttt15. tv. cure..and full Ttr>r rettafwL. .. S _".: i5L_ r"- -.;- '- .
BROWN would inform .ttetitixens bate forthe county of Putnam aforesaid,for a final 1. 1151. aid ; ,- '-
.me'aui.C..dc._l."f a. y- C. respectfiiny kn1ft Tukf'1'1'4 AIL. J..anary : I .COUNTXT I9TTAUOS ci-

.60 ooo .a_I PAP Ell JUNQllttG; oI.JIcktonriI1e..a the surrounding Comprising ." settlement of my accounts with laid estate- -',-and. a I "The 8ela..a.hnwei think Uteywill eon- Can bays (bv staling their ems explVitry, :" .i. .4I'. -. ; -

1MOI.w'lKDO IV'BlUPZS;100 MaSree.N conntry,that he baa located bin Store OB Bay street, Steam Saw -Corn Mill-Lath, discharge as administrator thereat unease, .tIIe1... iOd_ eaIW'aniorl to ihose who with all their.y., per tetureAeloawataneODr "'.i --
41. I opposite Dr. Baldwin's Office and near.Cisbee & WILLIAM TRIQVl.Admisitraor. llaft JI IIMm." ,K 's *.ttetoappropriatedaere : -

,7.& "JII UU.. M iAa.JW ; Oaaova'a, where be offers for sale at wholeaal and I .Shingle and Planing Machines Pa1atksFebrUSIyUI.185Lc' 1 1bbl66m'date'I Dr,H. 1'..atd. 4hIseTs ayettI COIIrt have nm don wonder. Ala.;Jan.ia rnrwtrded t* saw part ot QM Vmtott *aa'unaj' 7*. ." ...,,-- .-

,. retail a large and well-selected stock of Dry Goods LOCATED A? TBS to KAST K1Q OF TBS curare suit lo.llI5SlIaWa.roar...i"JOIIell,% son of G.M.. Rabbert. EPI., packed aware Ilea OAMAGK or CORIOBTrT "" <"

_. .d U tbUrvif. mA tU hMMMW MCAEOUN Boots and Shoes;Oroecnes and .ProriaionalI.a.n1. prepared execute orders for from, sbsll.preY .fU>i._ ,bad lien for MT.rat month aadxrttecareaf .TRAD l-Youthand:1tanhoo4C: ul/: -' 3 .
and Jot of Lumber Shingles and Laths. Stx.mouths c1OuIumCoanty beat, enui oeim,wUbuot miter and the -, -' ..
-z oaI.4IllU.hp.A&4f4 ware Cutlery; also a large Crockery .At ecr pf YIGOBOUS LIFE OB A 1'n1VATg ; :\ :- .

? FIMi4A JIM.11I'7 war*). For sale si extremely low prices,tar cash in at moderate prices;deliverable on tbesrb for and'ask for.'- nd thanus.,1 cue reported donbtfal and roranencvd the yoonc man.with .111-the Bn" A. "h5 -, f- "::'" ""' -S-
band by c.J. CBBOWX.JanettlSM. .. the street for .of Willil&1D scarcely able W get shoot DUm. ( -5- ,
on City istrator,--
KINSKAN. shipment"or use. aKmfaa-Admi tbfi.eatatj bottle '
11. W. 'Sr.H.. band *. meek relief dam the Orel, -S <
.' ._ ,Terms CASH. 1&*of said conntr, c rt i.r.tON.ELj..P&8F.1tVATnr d '. S ,. ,
effect .m
.. *"*"" iatrtO". lie costiutsed Wake. uitit -pleSe cure-. '
rCLOTHING DEPOT;' t LIme b .c.J.ulESVL UNT. ed II. to BOW perfectly wil and*_t." It i*a work enliwrndy remirad*'a usaaci' as.WL ''-'' .

.b ,. LIpYtoEA: .Jacksooving,Juljr 10th.1854.Administrator's. -"f WORE TEaTIMOKT MOM THE BOOTH Ibrmingthvkss.ttIseaslawblcb _..,..'): :t. oof- "
BARRELS flzVO1fESentheprnniien.- :
mSUQBr.iCd rtr.rtrOS.S. C. Thomacton u.W.Cbaaey,UUle baf>.Keaueky, Odoker 15, KATCKCV cursvWitliBnles.lCiT <- '- -
tP1okegsNa11.U1mpBoCofes. N. _B. Corn grotmd en ton Many hour-.of the Jffotice. 1899 amid''Uawinl cold yow Bitteta MHM line, ISM S if .' .- .
.",", ds 1&.ivea ati tacUomla every iactaace lilaC baa ; :theLife r. : -

""i,sJ4. 4 barrels Synrp," ..LckintivifleJulysthI854sOTTOy .' &'LL .m'debt to thet&tSOf Abrah some under my." .; ;-": ", .
fbsewgiSa.k "S hogsheads JloIa L. BelIeD'; deceased DunleODJIV are re- NeUo k. :- JUIvtoa,Kentucky;Jane!.I8SL ,just;from1pAUwvwrtha ;

Z4 1 V hMd Porto Bico 8 gar. to make immediate'tlymen t d all p'soul aaldr "We rejoice t" laform yen that thfaiJeWy ee e- reuaa.Iir S.-
0fJfE1l.Tr. r. .J.LuyrIJIAbA > quested
e ,4 .fi' ,") said .estate,. Will .Medicine. tally a'd CIte CAhed. -MitManB*,addrawed t.1&iNWJle;PMl ...". -
Z U boxea Ilatrnfaetnnd b1ndeflfld5{ against '
_! Tobacco. .
: Utia wbillla lisa beeatlvea tt, and kavtaf leetM it* hi& .'wtn_ aeciIh' -ga.
10 barrels,Whiskey -. ., please render them duly attested within the 1ime trill bsaaat .-, ,
S ." tuwee.we ake it>tnfly ay tt4..a..lz.. -. byletThaSIIiU .
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.. aLL-Tm.- > 16b1rreJa1l- : \ -- and Linen Bags'free from dirt and te limited byasror this notice will be plead to bar J.T. ant .. W. Barry. Unloetowa, Ky, JaIy SI. fso"pp.gS foe.......rJlea"O".h..41r '

_JU A. --watzA.C)8. rSb.ryelgifl. :_ '-p EOOCI order.will lie purchased at this Offieein JOHN BESSENT.Admmistratorr 1832,Mid: "We have heard ollDaDJeperror-d eiUat A,.&aape'lI. ".. .lsi'' -

PIIden.C.atist Kerckuta. For(alt cheap fat!by 1.'c.non_ ..,-.<- smaller large qnantitles, suds
. ; .. !4B, Jue2,1B F i>otnid." 1n JalI854" -, : have_.'.--It d ta-. be_ '_a d varaabl" Jtedicina.. _r, .;AU i.w.__ 2 0 .



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1' use LEINAU'SAmerican opposite Dr.Baldwin's would respectfully call the aJentio:of sQ who are ( WI.: D.PC1..Bti ,, (MedicalMC4IIS.. .. S' ;

desirous of purchasing cheaply to their large and .--
; Jacksonville. .
: rFertillZeri4.aweq'a4.e4zMAd. .' -S Office well-selected Stock, consisting JD part of- E.H. yUxra,V.X).Ptol.o'MCe. .
tj i S TIIERE: Ii kept constantly on hand a large S -
-j AUM Goods Groceries Queensware,,: -
S !. S S '- .ivml 11 JJ Y" and well selected assortment of O. ofA.si0.
:- --- ---- txtnuittlf-vted for. tin post Ant ytart M Hats, Caps, Crockery and Glassware., Bowu1D:P .

Ptuj/k. Aea Jtrtty, JWatowvr'Marylamd I Drilns & Chemicals; Boots and Sh i .Dg leC J. B.and o P j jOCBT .t -S
4 tTt J""Htrittia cad t. ts Ji.iU BBBMUD..4. alliJ Iron.Nails DOlt o
of received the latest warranted S :
arrivals '
Always by / i. iSimnnifm.,
Hardware and Glass. ;
:: : llB.A.DOES/Df'tM Grows, rI Wheat Cbm fresh and genuine, Also PERFUMERY COMBS, CUe. Wow Anatomy. .
Potalou Tuba-'OO Oton 4"tA, flank'CAN LAMPS BURNINd Particular Provision BosPness. S
ltlJar DRUSmSOAPS. FLUID;. paid mH REGULAR Coarse of W
BE IUD A?HALF THE PRICE OF Ac. ..which will be sold low for cash. : I 11J Corn, Mess Pork,Floor, Bacon;Fib ,JL stitation, will commence W b

: uS G.U.4NO,M more lasting,**&will pact *w, t1.I H Country orders solicited and punctually attendedto. lo .Dug. constantly- hand- in !in November,and terminate ia UM foOoirbv Ma
::11 OnT $25 A rome,or 2,220 LBS.AUo PhYlici nl'prescriptions put up with care and quantities. Preliminary lectonswill beddivered frooTlSl

'S ftrtUizertfor Unit Trees nmj Grow FJIMA despatch _ _ All> invited of all klndsjrnrcbaaed.S to call before making purchases day, the nth day of O.ut the mnMent.2ftb
**rt remedy far tA'Peac Worm** to CS'rcuZw SODA WATER, IN BOTTLES, elsewhere.S are ? &**1 Cv whD addl.faonal .

SS O/tAiP pn tor tEINAU will be kept on hand during all the summer with N. B.-A large assortment of Negro Goods, suchas to re wl b ri Btel h i:
cess of
Ice for cooling that refreshing beverage for those Kerseys 4c.jaoy .
5- No.19 South Front street,Philadelphia City, who may call for it at the store. Dlnket HEXDRICKS & CHESS. varnish HospitaL control This ta noS.
the medical two of the .
State of Pennsylvania. 'Soda Water will be S 5- 5 mb -
kept also osIDEAS. DUlIGBT. whom clinical lectures !
by Iaa kB '
df Delivered free of Postage, at any Wharf in Fashionable tl to this,they have ample a del.e- <
the city. pactiCei edidn lb. ...
Agent for the New York Pekin Tea Company. Boo ta king. Inl:en is open daily to a C ;

October 15th, 1853. Tea of direct importation, and of 84 varieties from During the past pet oftwo
THE "BTTFMNGTON HOUSE, JACKSONVILLE, O. A. LEUTAU-Dear SIR i used your American aquartertollb. in a .packageaflwarraotedandat THE Subscriber would'inform the"Public that cases were prescribed for, and over thirty l
S Fertilizer, and found it equal to the best Peruvian extremely low prices.CsTCOUNTRY hving .gone through.the fire, he can be operations performed IB Sta&Z,

S the present summer, prepared to receive and accommodate Guano. I used it side by side. Mr farmers were DEALERS supplied, BT OEDBRIHQ found chop, at present located on the burnt at time u, J '-xirAMtciSltogations ;-.
Continues,. during much opposed to the use of chemical manures, butI ACCOMPANIED WITH CASH. district, on Forsyth street, ho will continueto will Fees Matriculation
transient and permanent Boarders. je22 this Please send me% manufacture to orderGenUemen's .bundtllpli :
will use it again season. ,f3; $lOfi DVmonstrator
Garden & Flower Seeds Plants fee ;
-- tons to Smyrna Delaware. of first quality, tlO; $so. !
(Signed) ALEXIXDER PATKBSOX.LEINMJ'S also always kept on hand. Boot in He formation address Gruet. f.
S as well as execute ftt ,
S AMERICAN FERTILIZER. mr26-, T. McMILLAN.auctioneer that the general at!Sion b given i june 2 II.-L DYD. D.
: : ID \\tiL1 Hear what Mi. Dark dale. of Virginia says. of Lei- bimscl following the business i Angtine as ) D

-j 'iAmcriC nFerttizer. well as sinc residence ,will to &c.
'Upon my Tobacco plaute your Fertilizer surpassed S the patronage of those who wish a wellfittingBoot Greees

S & RETAILHAT any thing I ever used. I mean to try it on my AND COmmISSION BUSINESS. made out of the best material, lie will endeavor 5flO bushels Cm .
WHOLESALE Wheat crop this year, 1854." perform his work with every degree of -.6) bales
j He purchased 88 tons. Subscriber having been appointed an Auc t and fidelity. hogsheads Baron Se .'<
THE for the county of Duval, by the Governor promptness POETTING. 45 barrels Mess Pork, .
of Camdcn jag&m "
Hear what William Fowell co.,
STORE New of Florida, will attend punctually to all business I brL Clarified Suear. ,. S
Jersey, says: entrusted to his care. From his long experience Powdered aod Croaked, ':
"I used Leinau's American Fertilizer on a part of A T.T.
in this capacity, he flatters himself that he CA..AOTOAYA 10 Leaf Lard, ',J
II"GDD @:: my Farm which was shaded by my woods. I usedit all who require his 80 Canal ,
"1IDEJ and where the Fertilizer will afford satisfaction to may ers, For, .'( tf :
upon my crop, to the service shipments or consignments made to THIS the late tire in Jacknyie which 50 sacks Tene .. : ,"
used of Corn far superior
was my crop was and barn yard him will be promptly and faithfully attended to. with many other stores,so Apothecary 10 boxes No. 1 Soap .. .
other part, where I had used Guano boxes Candled ,.- ". I- S
in 25
CARU1AGK'IW1JFACTORY. RFFEBE5CE3. Hall, I have Holmes' ,
S I will it all this season, ebblshe
manure.185!." my crops T. 0. Holmes and C. Drew, Jacksonville. Block, thee doors from b.\Canova's 10 boxes Candy :f ..'
Boston and Villalonga, Savannah. where i: receiving a fresh and neW supply ot 20 dozen Brooms, S. ,, ., ..

-- -this method to inform- Hear what Dr. Wm. W. Clark says: Bancroft Belts & Marshall, Charleston. Drugs, Meicne Perfumery, Combs, Soaps, 5 dozen Buckets, .. .._' \
The Subscriber takes WEST PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 11, l88- G. I!. SMITH. Brushes FanC articles-Garden Se Paints, BO reams Wrapping)Paper ,

THE INHABITANTS or FLORIDA I mod Leinau's American Fertilizer very sue Jacksonville, Fla.,Feb. 23, 1854. Oils, & Brushes; 'uinp Fluid, No on .2,000 pars Boots and Shoes, 5 .
ccwfully; the ground is very poor, being a heavy hand, and Glass ; CboiceTe Being Agent 200 dozen Cotton How.
He carries on clay soil. I used the Fertilizer upon the hills of Charles De Waal.AUCTIONEER for the New York Pekin Company, I shall keep All for sate loW fJr cash,by

BUSINESS orn; lift stalks grew fourteen feet high and heavily their Teas in great variety, and a oCher own Importation Jane 2.185 J. C.BROW.Disoluton
THE CARRIAGE :. eared, and my potatoes are of a very superior and warranted. I to see

In all its various Branches, quality, and a full crop. It gives me pleasure to my old friends and customers c and find everything .
recommend your American Fertilizer to all my fresh and new, and at prices for cash
And solicits a share of their patronage. He man ufactures and keeps on band constantly! Carriages of friends and I am well satisfied it will pay the Farmer JACKSONVILLE E F. Attendance Night and Day when wifibe THE existing lw"
and he invites from Flori da to call and examine his stock when they Sa- for ita extensive and prescpton. undersigned, under the firm of>.
all descriptions, persons use. (SCALES in any part of the County attended to put up with-punctaty Co., bas this daY b dissolved by COB- Sa .

vannah.All.kinds of work made to order such as Plantation Wagons, Drays, Carts, and Timber Carriages Hear what Dr. Joseph Berens says of Leinau's C? and rc.opectfuUYllolicited. S T. McMILLAy. Bent J. IL IL &(R wiliatteud' t IDt t etl..
best material. He flatters himself that the practical experience of over thirty American Fertilizer. Goods sent to the subscriber on commission, cither !- ment of all outstanding bue and i
of the
and which he very will secure to him a liberal share of Florida patronage. BORDESTOWTT, New Jersey, 1833. for private or auction disposal, will be quickly LIVERYSTABLE. pose, ii authorized to of t'l. S

years Orders promptly possesses attended to and repairing done in the best style and at a living price. My brother-in-law, Conrad Rocrper, of Beverly, attended to and amounts speedily forwarded. The All persons indebted to Jhe late are r
"Live and Let Live." New Jersey, used your Fertilizer upon his cornfields Subscriber has been known in this community for

dlly and raised corn from fourteen to sixteen feet a number of years as Auctioneer and othcsi-SE" Subscriber is now prepared to accommo t1ieiraccountswillbeleftin-roperb
G. W. HARD CASTLE. high, with ears ranging from eight hundred to He offers no recommendations but desirts that in- THE his customers in any way, man let J.H.ILBOFRANCIS 8 c

eleven hundred grains apiece. The yield was very quiries should be made concerning himself any ner, in first rate style, from IIhap and WAVU
S gre-it I received the cargo of American Fertilizer commercial house at the place of his residence. carriage,down to horseback riding. Jacksnvle,June 19. [22.j] 1854.-

I. W. lOSKELL & CO. I purchased from you, and shall use about two Since the fire he has located his store on Forsyth PARTIES waited .on at any hour of the day or

-S hundred barrels on my Farm at Bordcntown this street, on the burnt district,where his Auction business night Calls made to any part of the city for For SALE.
834. jun is also at present conducted, and where he p.sns
year, who wish to take the steamers.
PIANO AND FURNITURE STORE, keeps on hand on the most reasonable terms, EveT exertion will be made to please. THAT valuable and desirable pr .

eeaanl, ,I.Ovval ..
SMETS' BUILDINGS, BROUGHTON STREET, ron CASH AND confTRT PRODUCE.ju5 f'm Near the Bnffingtou House.Notice. e.uiiaiUhi' ibirtv.rUbt Ina/.tl Oulfrom aa.
san U
a. LliJ..g .LU..o military Institute: Jicktonville. loipror Ral*, tw. .
houses, ham nrarly B W, and romaadii _wa
.,u.e.whirr, and rcveml. a gnat
N. F. WEBSTER.Housefurnishiiig DIRECTED by a Board of Visitors appointed Circular. ri''HE undersigned is under the necessity of again water,and a flue bca ID*'ollilj..ara>Mtf ..
: I. W. MORRELL. -is under the superintendence of JL calling upon those indebted to him to come Alio aimtji lo of Idd ala to .liTimlliii
CoL R. T. P. ALLEN, a distinguished graduate of THE Undersigned begs leave to inform 1ler. foqward without further delay, and pay up. As it vicinity of the above p6Ht M.onuialni .
0 West Point, and a practical Engineer, aided by an Factor, Planters, and Dealers gene- is his intention to make some in his business rlgbl arm.,mm O 1 .., bat Sees
MablMifflont able Faculty. Tho course of study is that usually emily,that he is still paying the highest market th6 ensuing fall, he is chang toclosehis impioved and raluvau-rf, and baa, ....*uf.

taught in the best Calleges, with the addition of an cash prices for, viz: present arrangements by the 1st of Jolv. All accounts sweet Also one a lot ue *upon oa, It,u .of the.kidb.ginJuIinsW : "

.- Wholesale and Retail. extended course of Mathematics, Natural Science, Leather in the unsettled at that time will be in the o'1.1.. b utadbuat IN UaadaiW.ennuinins ..
I -
,",' f" i Furniture by and Theoretic and Practical Engineering.The Rough; hands of the proper officers for J1 f8 75-JOO ', biDe lau No 7,. _.- ,
well known cstab- of the Institute have been entirely His of stock saved from the fire is 13, 2S i'. A portion of tbllu W
Subscriber desires to call the further attention of the Florida public to his buildings Hides, Sheep's Pelts, Deer, Goat, Otter remnant now .E .
: TIlE for the sale of refitted,and arrangements made for heating them by offered at original cost, for cash.THEODORE. cleared and ande eltiv.i... and some hMMOvn .al* .
steam, which will render the Institute entirely un- Coon, Mink, Opossom, Fox HAETRIDGE. mJe apn h,al I .aoat iM.4 tawmuck. bud
t.t.S Furniture and House-furnishing materials of every description. I equalled in regard to health, convcnience and and Cat Skins, MayS4th,1834. juI3JJilhiarn ant To nh.abl.'i a peimn wubinr- locate I* lb.aMes

themselves with article for general use or for formIng I agreeableness of residence,as it is already in thoroughness '. u ,healthy.nW.
House-keepers and merchants can supply every BEESWAX, WOOL TALLOW, Ac. property delrll.Ida &
hand including Parlor, of instruction and strictness of government wiled .. a biih p'
mentioned Grothc
a Good Store stock. Every thing in the line of business kept on direct and of the Ia Jo..
Being a consumer exporter .
at matt fnm
lull Bedroom and kitchen Furniture, and sales will be made on as good terms as purchases can be S post p.t.I. ,
above his facilities therein .
The eighth annual term commences in September named commodities, ara nun
fleected at the North.'I. -. Entire charge, (l0') per semi-annual unequalled, enabling him to offer inducements to .nd boaUwbear.eijbt o P..5..t. ..
" : W. MORRELL & CO., session, (Surgeon's fee, &i extra) payable in ad all in this line of PRODUCE to consign such to him. I. (In the Room adjoining the Post Office,) landed.los .
to If nn-,ad!rwaU.
mr24-je22f Old established stand, Savannah, Georgia. vance. S Having established a trade of this nature in. HAVING returned from Eu again begs peul; .
S '. _ _ Address the Superintendent, at ":Military Inlltl-) Charleston, in connection with an extensive Currying offer his services to! friends and marS-r CJiuval F..ESD."Inl!
tute,Franklin county, Kv.. ," or the underlined.; business Leather in the Rough kept in our city the public generally. With his experience fur the
P. DUDLEY, will yield a more lucrative result than giving the last twenty-six year, as a Watchmaker, he hopes Taxsale.S
54 Plantation for Sale. Carpet & FloorelothWAREHOUSE May, 1S54. President of the Board. preference to foreign markets; and from the moderate to give entire satisfaction to those who wish to bars County

rates of freight on all transportation lines there their work done in a workmanlike manner. By virtue of authority in mo by law

HEREBY offer for sale the plantation, known exists nothing iu obstruction to the augmentation Clocks, and Jewelry repaired at vested, I will offer for >al*.1 UM lean IhM.
I by the name of SAN JOSE which bas been for Eagle Iron Works of this business with the Southern and Western tWatchC fb23y de,i.the town ojaebu.'Ills. .the ant M* 4ayinFenrnarl8MlhefclIowi

S the lut four years cultivated by me. It has located country. He hopes, therefore, by strict attentionto .irartaftaad.w
von it a good dwelling-house, and out buildings, S.l V.fl.NJI..rl. H. this branch, to merit the patronage of the large a>mui'b Ih reofao.i pay t tUI .l.I..
C OX CART ST., BETWEEN FEACL *15m STS., a..rerd Raint $''.. .
4 with an excellent well of water. The number of and rapidly increasing trade pouring into this market Phomix JI.
thenonr the 18i3, to an aeeau.fletp.uae'
acres of land is 550, which is cleared hammock;. Curtains, Curtain Goods, &c. &c. Stc Richmond Va. with the assurance that produce consigned to .U.noil year l levy and rale,via. A iruet'( "
timber land. There is an grove, containing him will realize the highest proceeds.He the seith.,
orange '
5' some CONGRESS ft 57 ST.JULIAN STS. GROCERY AND PROVISION landlylrc IB county.buandrd m
NO. 140 these Works manufactured Portable and .
are all i interested SOR
from four to five hundred trees. AT presents this to the favorable notice of SUMitoire'k.nalbfira-H, hvlanda beloaiaftoJakaRobfrt
The plantation is situated about seven mile Stationery Steam Engines, Circular-saw in the extension of the commerce and home Undersigned respectfully thf -aud Tb.. Ledwitb,M the auMh by MM-
above Jacksonville by water; five by land, and isB THE Subscriber would respectfully inform the Mill Machinery Tobacco Presses, Levers, Band, productions of the South. THE of Jacksonville and vicinity that he has criers .rkaad on the wrn by tend helMctafMJoliq
fr .. S Immediately the east bank of the St. Johns, that he has now opened the most complete : Sheeting and Sharpening Mills, Knives, Sinker, Very respectfully, JOHN P. BAUM, rc-trected his store upon the old site'on the burnt : Rnteru and Julia rrir. faid UseS raeMatMS.OOOacM
upon assortment of all the various styles of Good i Braes and Iron Castings of description. URIAH ROWDC.Tax .
accessible and in view of the every Leather and Shoe Findings House, district, on the square immediately below the .
easily > Du AneMmr and Collector oflhifat evwir.Nnwmber
tbe river. usually kept in similar establishments. The Stock mhSOy PHILIP RAllY, l ropr etor. m2tf 238, King street, Charleston. fington House, where still continues on had
h 3.Tile
w passing up will consist in of 6th,
of the different part
stock of
" I would also sell with the place '
pal. 4 till the ant Masda7 UM
aMes >
steamboatsj viz top tpoa
the following goods
H large and small fourteen head of CARPET DEPARTMENT. Hides, Leather, &c. Family Groceries and Provisions.Every .rrh,IBM-Fell.I,1lQt. SS -
S M vebedofstockcattleafldb0gs shortly; Royal Velvet, Tapestry Brussels, Mocct-Brna undersigned informs his friends that 1 t.e article necessary for fai"use can be obtained 1 he above rate iarunberpnttpoac4 8 IBM.
son would like to purchase THE IB April-M cab -
ff 55 chase the now growing crop, consisting 0! 80 sels, Brussels Velvet Tapestry and Brussels for. NEW GOODS. still paying the highest cash prices for the on : terms, Ch The above ale U fonher poftpoacd M UM Ant Mat'
, of 5 acres of cane, potatoes, &c.-the I stairs; three-ply, superfine, fine, and common Ingrain following, yin I invite a call from purchasers. dIY in M"-AprU I, 1554. -
. .f S acres corn condition. ; plain and twilled Venitian for stairs halls, THE Subscriber has just received, and is coi Prime hides -- 11 to 13c per lb. jw'7' J. B. HOWELL. TIM above tate ia fanhef pn>ipop d is Ik*lilt 11-

jr;, crop for all terms in prosperous of sale, apply to the subscriber, who &c.; Druggets, 6-i, 12-i, and 16-4 in widtht every \ receiving, a large supply of- Prime Deer Skins, 25 to 81 e day m July Bexl..-jonc IS, l54-_ ._ .
. be found through application at the Republican variety of jhatterns; Hearth Rugs, Parlor and Goodsand Groceries Ready. Leather in the rough, 16 to 24c'c Th. above sale l. po.aU Ibs tat Ma*
Dry Hoe
& Co's.
can Patent Ground Saws )3leM.,
!. office. Stoop Mats; Table and Piano Covers; silver and Beeswax, 20 to 25c day In AugniU--Jane

The subscriber des''' say, that his sole obJect brass oval and Octagon Stair Rods; Stair Linen, made ClotlringBootsand cs, The above free of any commission,will be received .

, in scaling U because of his wish to retire from &. .. Hats Bonnets Ribbons, &c. direct or through consignment to factors. THE Subscribers manufacture, from the beat Duval County Tax-sale.
planting, and not on account of any ill-prospec OIL CLOTHS S JOHN P. BAUM, CAT STEEL, CIRCULAR SAWS, from virtue of authority in me bylaw.
i of the plantation he offers for sale. Of every width from one to eight yards, for ball, Among the many articles may be found FEINTS, mr2f Charleston, S. C. two in : to eighty inches in damter. Their: By I will offrr for iste,la fpHM af die Cwtrt"lion

WILLIAM G. CHRISTOPHER, dining rooms, steamboats, saloons, Ac. Rosewood, LAWN$ JACKONETS, 11USLINS, CISC Saws are hardened and temJ. a ground .vctttrd d..or.i., the lawn of Jack-mi*.U','s UM feat
Jet Jacksonville Duval Co., Florida.GEORGIA mahogany, and small figured furniture Oil-Cloths HAMS, Plain and Figured BERAGES SILK and finished by expressly for In February,1P54 the lolVmlBf probity, raa
4-i.5-4,and C-4 wide; figured India-rubber Cloth, TISSUES, Plain Swiss, Striped and Barred MU5 The Atlantic the purpose, and are, therefore, much- superior to Monday much thereof will pay the mass aarf UaaiatyUxea

BABBLE WORKS. for I t.airs.CURTAINS. LINS. Black SILKS) Colored Dress SILKS& S: those ground in the usual manner, a they arestrengthened *.-.. ',6.A.GrqfIrJ> row tile)**f Ml.
SS ning SILKS. Dotted WISS, &. Crape Shawls; : \YORKS and sUfft-ned by increasing them in together with an neernarjr iprBe, aiteWiaf sid

J. O. RANKIN WM. MTnURLICK, GEO. 1 1fiUMMEY L. Silk and worsted damask DcLaine; worsted and Embroidered Swiss Shawls, Plain and Emb'd L.C. S S ..D thickness regularly from the cutting edge to the levy and ..'.,.'*_ t>". andi.idH".t. alar*

.S S (STCCXSSOU JL. ATWJTSOS* CO.) linen damask De Laine; figured and plain Damask, Hdkfs Emb'd Collars, Cbemisetts, Undersleevei, ]p .t, II d centre, consequently do not become heated or know a. Iran iurr, >naatH m 'be Seat M* af flMSt

-- ..: :' establishment baa been in successful ope Variety colors, white and buff for shades. Laces, Hosiery, Gloves, Bonnets Ribbons, .. Ai. lLL.'I'V"l.ernB tU buckled, and produce a great saving in timber.Tjle7.Rl0Jannfactnrc hundred, John1 elelity-two river, in and Danl aad a half arm., ctaia4iif mfir af laaa two
S s for a number of years. The quami WINDOW SHADES. VilA ItUWKCN
I are well opened, and the marble is superior to any Transparent landscapes, medallion, garland and< iReady.made Clothing. Well Known Composite Iron Railing, PJT CROSS CUT SAWS, ASP BILLET Tar Arrcrtot and UoUector S ,Dvral Caat}(

in the United States. We have so perfected our f.cilibea white and gold, entirely new style; Cord, Loops, :"A large selection of Ready-made Clothing, of is so called because composed of WES, superior' quality, all which they hue NOT Ctb,IKO..Tln .
that all the various WHICH sle or they may be obtained of the ... ante h> rile tntHtnt.Jtt H
for cutting out and finishing work, we Tassels; together with trunndngcforcurtainsandehades. -. ; superior make and cat and Cast Iron; connected without ] Hardware the ITcip : > creedI1I .
famish MonumentsTombs Tablets Headstone, 1r *S d'Ete Coats and Pants Heavy Linen Mercbt throughout b1srchll534Erb$ 6
can Drap rivets the
j J or joints, ornaments and connetions and ,Tbe_ahovaniofaiOiitlirr' poripaaieA totktftitKaadain ><
S'- and every thing in our line of business in better GILT CORNICES. oats Pants, Ac.; very fine Marseilles Vests, col'd : being melted around the wrought iron i in R.HOE A CO. \prfl.-"an'b ft.1M4.Tbo :
and at cheaper rates than any yard in the I Bands, Loops and Pins, of the greatest varict and white Shirts Collars Ac. .
: style ; Cravats metallic moulds, making each panel, as it were, 29 and *1 t. stove sale h turth.toead5Se dlelht, Ma*-
; S country. and patterns,of the latest importation; all of Gentlemen wishing good Clothing will do well one solid piece, and avoiding all crevices where rust of Gld. day in Mav..Apm IKM.- "
-' When it is considered that we saw our own 'far-: will be sold at wholesale or retail, on the most liberal to call. The public in general are solicited to call generally be made light like 3a Pnblishl newspapers The above auk tofutihrriMMtpoa la UM me..-
LIe pay no jobbers' profit,and no high freight from terms. S and examine Goods and Prices, which will be sold- WIRE RAHJNGTor he'a'vy like CAST IRON; this three tue 1lth not day ia July"u'--J."*IS,IU54. -- .
the North it will be seen that we do possess mi'- WM. H. GTJION, Agent, very low for cash and cash only,at T.0.HOLMES RAILING. This Railing is unequalled for cheat forward in USB paper g the same, b The above Ale b Mwipuar4. .atil tile SnlaAiigasi.4uae3lS4. bfaacav-" -
printing by purchasing
all competitors. d29tf 140 and 67 St. Julian sts.Jewelry pad matrials
te advantages over Congress -
BLOCK,Jacksonrille.L. ness, strength, and durability, and is peculiar! the amount for.the advertisement S
We cordially solicit oar friends and the public I to B. AMERMAN. adapted Cemetery lots, because it never needsrepairs. time t bi ,
Island Gins.
examine work and our prices with S Sea Cotton
our JACKSOXVILLE April 23,1854.Jacksonville .
those of other yards before ordering northern New York April S2.18 jnlSSmHard's subscriber takes this opportunity to ia-
Jewelry Also, a new style of Farm Fence, at $5 per 18 S TEE STAPLE '
marble. S the planters of LONG
Feet and and much
:; S W. have on band at our Yard in Marietta, a liked., easily transported set very Golden Gloss, for the Hai Toy,that he still continues the maDa&ctarior)

large>assortment of finished work, Monument, At Foundl'JI.1C1) Also, all kinds of Wrought and Cast. Iron the many preparations for growti the latest improved Boiler (8ns at his usual rate.

.55" I Tombs 4e,where our Agent,Mr.G.W.Summers. -- --- Fences, Verandahs Balconies, &0. M* hiDerJ"and AMONG Hair, ti GLlL' GLOSS takes the and is now ready_to fill all orders without S deUjvAQIXTS. .
will sell at Our principal work is don AKD to order. lead.' Three S .
other it is
,, I '',1'" at the Mills. l.Idressa. "ftm T TOTICE.-I am in constant and regular receipt WORKS. Designs castings and other information sent to any address universally used and preferred wil b gven 1I why others: 1st P Dishes Canova,Jacksonville.Florida.. -
.- & FS lv of rich and beautiful varieties of .
O. RANKIN COVBv8 Jewelry,, post free by because it has proved the effectual in Baldness K. R. Dale Falatkv' .
t. : S Marble Work P. P.. ?h.V consisting in part of Diamond Rings, Pins, Earrings -ibers GEORGE FOSTER Agent Ed, because it imparts moa dark Niblack& Co.. Am/l8 .
extensive ; gloss
having made and *
and Studs fine enamelled Medal Tison1
S Crosses White ,
i ;:.,. ; THE improvements in establishment, 303 Broadway, corner of Walker at.mrlC4mn and delightful perfume to the Hair; Bd, because & Spencer. Springs -
lions,Sleeve Buttons, Ear-rings Nubs,. Collar- S Watts A Cole, Hamburg.Madison Co,Ttoridtv
'i. II T. C. Rice and Carbuncle do. do. are now prepared to furnish NEW YORK. th fine disinafon.which they .
: 1 -5 S Buttons Studs imported ;: have D. a Aeorta A Co, CcotzeviUage,5Gegis., .
Steam Engines of required from reason .
I fine 18 k't gold Mountings Charms.I any power, ps. aopt \ Thomas Hillmrd .
4 manufacturer and Dealer inS best assortment of articles 1 to 100 horse great fTrit bat those Trader'iBifl "-
have good
now .
: John MizelL
J. M :EASON & BEO.s who want have only to .
Saw Mills; mare give ,"
: on hand ever shown to customers. Rich pearl box ,ta. Charles II.Campfield,Savannah
> Every variety of CommonS and glass Brooches of,the very finest kind for family Sugar Mills; ,CHARLESTON S. 0. Price 25 and cents, in. large bottles.where.Fo sale by' Cooper A tto. .<* .,
Horse Powers Druggists Storekeepers .
hairwork or Daguerreotypes, having in our city ; eve B.1.Allen Liberty County .
.; S S and Fine CANDIES: Of best artiste, in both branches, of the United Grist Wills-and all other macbine.ry used in xrnCDO t"aIUP xr W.- c. ,-Proprietor.New Yori. Scott& '. Charlerton,SOB& CsroSak.Cspt .
Kiln-dried,and warranted to resist effectually the I States. Lava Ear-rings of the most exquisite work Iron this and country Brass ; nS SOjBroadway, B,B.BythewocA Beaufcr ,; : fc '.
-S different and sizes. I have sets Castings.KTSteamboat STEAIIENGINESdauliloil .
0 S of a Southern climate. manship, patterns :
lot damp atmosphere
: In morocco eases of Ear-rings.Brooch and Bracelet SawMOl, and other repairing, Stoves I Stovs I Extra Boxes Brashes and Rollers*.lit'.. .
S TERMS CASH-' PRICES LOW. ;;Ear-rings and Brooch and single Brooches imported it short notice. ,. the subscriber's at all times., JP\\ .
S S Or BaOUGBTOV AXD WEITTAIJta STS., ir All machinery purchased from win,be : rs mRADW PERY Met a P 1OIIe'
/ _COUU of finest quality of gold and unique pat. us 10 B Gins or Gins repaired will pleaa* a \
J SaVaUIUlII.S My assortment of Ear-rings and-Brooches put in operation in any part of the State, by comxtent OP ALL SIZES AND DESCRIPTION'S ver street Albany t, '.,offer to the orto -S 'sr" -
S S larger than usual having had alI the new patterns machinists when desired and upon reasonable DISTINCT VARIETIES Cooking and FI S July 13,1851.-m.5
terms. IacWncryforSawGri8tRioePoundinffandThresliig _ _ 8L.j ares;0turJri ."
S S. PRICES. brought out. and estimates Mills, or for any special purposeCastings in Stoves for C and Wo Also, a complete list t9 ...
; Gold and silver Watchearor ladics'and gentlenen. Drawings furnished, without of Stove Ware, Plain and T For ; ---
: S Common assorted.Candies S ., by 25 Ibs. or I have the best stock and greatest variety charge. Iron and Brass of all varieties.. Our facilities for Enameled Washing 10low ,Scotch 1a 1- ;:: .
upwards- -150 doing work are equal'to establishment in the Kete P'0.
i.- 1 Ibs. jcr before exhibited,(Crystal Palace not excepted.) MOONEY A GOOKIN: any Bowls, Sinks, Iron ttiM D".Mi1r
k, 'i ; Common assorted Candies by$50 or invite orders from Florida Founders and Machinists. United States, being able t.. and Cl ct OYEmptD
S. upwards, -' 12a "can with confidence pulle,. IIp to 15 feet diameter, bore cylinders ral. Water Clers .,4o. -at'the' :.of Doctor" W
JAcrsosTitr.B,January up Kett
t assured 1,1854. 6m
I feel stock must and
At I bl251' 20c and elsewhere, as my > famotdoRgl 8'Jolm'sr4vertwelv, miles, Jacks *
i Prni&rsoarIP3umIi mail 10 80 inch diameter, and plane 8 feet. square of any A iproye ,. above *
S S ; ,' 1'S 200" 180 please all Orders can be sent by ,and packages desired, lengtii. - 6mICEAID and Hot A Stat Portable fur- Y'-ie. The mill has rtcwtly been mtblMrnunrandition

.- Trench.S Candies by 25 Ibs, 87<2G2c or articles! returned in perfect.. safety through Calvin Onto' & Son ap, .. ,jn15Zm1MEcISTBATR1INOTTh&AU ,and the location Ii fa avsry May
assorted 45o &II officer of one of the steamboats.G. tesirable There la.belonrinf to tts'JH Ii tka% .
S 14 Ibs. 87c of ct ha*,(sa t
Sugar Toys American by manufacturers and Dealers leighborhcod two hundred acM
*" -4 Oc Successor to the l late 3!. Eastman fLDQWIflNG. to the estate William. old .. .
( S f. S ,French 6" G2@l S S SAttomeysat :debt ,.bnadD. fieldj whfcb answtra wall Jbr ysstmtr
? .S Ltnun Syrup from 1 to SO falls. .- 1 OOi jslft Jane 18"8annD ,Georgia. :Law and county, deceased,are, tack five dollars per sari has Uca frctrasatir/*.
S. 'N .M M M or up', UcS : rIaLsJacksonvU2e& -s :I Agentslor ed to make Immediate the undipe fend AIr .it Thera are .alIe two eomStal>*)

: I.1f S S for boxing' ,or- delivery- at-railroad Savannah Hotel G1TS t .. :, Claims1ItzhingO' .. And all persons having dc-mandi I et dwelling bxmses. ,negro .auarten ,blsdrnsjaibefj1*
City '
J13G required5to them For cnIszs aadtsnuspM
'izbo S S are pr\ duly Vl..wW tools further .
5' 1 : S Flat f, Cily,. the time required 11w ply to the 1U1denipe4 caS :
o ntc
I) ,L C Th.Ol4fitandontheBTmitDMr1ct. Terms per Day $1 6O Will give prosecntlon %! in b. : wi
J inform the public that they are pre- prompt attention'( the 'lead IY L DONASON.4 "
.... WOULD Claims for Bounty Land -Extra PayBack Pay, : ; .
;-. Undersigned keeps constant! on band a to manufacture at short notice any ActU
\ THE l of FAMILY GROCERIES and vas ttST LOCATtOir U THB CITT-SAT craw,VBAXTHI kind of RIFLE or other GUN' in a style unsur.passed ensions,'&., before Congress aDd the several Detriments. ; 'vi 1 ; '.' ) SS
T ,. .' ./, c' v supply otGosben ronorne- CUSTOM BOCSI, AYD UO..OL. by makers. They keep constantly on All I Business entrusted to.tbeir care For &b/ Notice.
S PfiO VJSIOXV,consisting partly 5- any :
S -
-r -' I." i'_,\" :. .', J ,'. Boiler, Cheese. Lard, Ham old established Hotel continues hand. at manufactory, Rifles Guns Pistols, rill be speedily and faithfully attended to. A very d ibe pt'not onrr for baaItb bit 'wme.aJ' a..Bd-
/,k t \ .r:' : Bacon Sides and Shoulders; Flour; M'THIS to the travelling public,at the above Powder' ,Sho ;LesdPersiasion Caps Flasks' ,Shot '. '.S REFEREN &' 4 s ba' good;planting land, h'H ."&".
I ,, -: '' .8n rar of all kinds Coffee Teas, Sods Batter, of charge the. bouse being;well fitted Pouches' and Belts Elastic GOB Wadding, and other Hon. J. Morton U. S. Senator. .S near Jacksonville being about ten miles below and 1. fron the present tin mtt tevtttober a.d

; : I'C''':, .': S.S 1'bagsr and fiofhm Crackers Pilot Bread; up,and constant attention being paid toits >Sportsman's'.articles.. Together with-Bowls ". S.RMalfory.,1 J". .. 6 from the Bar,-known .as Bedd/i Point next. when market:.. In wiU..ft'rs-all's.thr'->ops
; : .. *
j I -c 5.! Mackerel Herring,Codfish Syrup,Wolanses; proper management -, 5 Knives and,Dirks of every description and,ava- -.A.&MajtwelL House of Representatives.. for Particulars 1-! of tbe tinderslgiied. ill the bands of Bo1InT _
t \{ S S S .; S Beans, PoUtocsIpbsc, opaniiih Began An omnibus will be,in attendance at the jtcam- riety Mother articles too numerous to mention.: -." E. 0. Cabell,-Florida i ., 'mar r'l business will be -BJ.OODGOOD'af.1.add.18 I

I S ,.. boat and steamship landings, and railroad l -Riflcs,Soot Guns and Pistols repaired and ;u. Yale Esq.1 Sa Francisco California.T. : *. 4' Si ,.,
4. I &1tiia. 'rI'runcc. Sordines;' onreir passengers to the hotel,where the under wanted., ._'_ nvlT-6m H. Dnval, Esq'Austin Texas. A DMINISTBATOR'S -NOTIcz-siz-montba S ",_ -
Oogniao Brandy Peach do.,Scotch Whiskey;' sIgned will make every effort to please all who may S Messrs.SinalhrobdV Anderson, A Co.,New York:' flIL'after date I shall apply't the Don,Judge ofTObate I PlASOFOBSALR.* ** ,
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Konontabela WbJklufT, Holland Gin, Madeira aiyQrbcmwiheaU.: 5 .TTRS.' WANDELL can accommodate'severalf "j I Brodie 4 Pettis,New'York.- of Daval for let. as sW ( **'
I Shsrrydo.. Pord4CiaretdoCham- S S S P. C03IDOS. JL Boarders, upon reasonable terms at the 4'. -J. O. and J,A*Camp Sandnsky, Ohio. .dmimistntor of count. .Jones. A good PIANO fo cSferrf fcr .e !.
I I Wine S S JAMES B. FOLEY; bolllt recently occupied by Mr. Owl, *. '\M' ..'! .. Holbrook 1 NdSODN,York.- >' t- MAURICE KIEL, tenons terms by A A. CCffuc.JaasW.iewii

/ 1- : ,.1WTJI T I, q. urn all Hat af the. Manhall UCBH. .t.r t Jhailapa* II..., .''W":4'.ut S I. Ju'llel .Administratjr.. ,.

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